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By the end of the third month, the fetus will have begun making steplike movements.
Between those windows were a series of projecting steplike stones leading up to the flat roof.
At the very center of the room was a raised dais, surrounded by three steplike ledges.
Looking up at the bank, The Shadow saw a high rock, its exterior broken in steplike fashion.
Its tables were placed on steplike tiers, forming three sides of a hollow square.
The Shadow again scaled the steplike bulwarks until he reached the spot four floors above.
Her blue-rinsed hair was done in a steplike succession of finger waves. '
Hands free, the loose end of the wire about his wrist, The Shadow pressed against the steplike wall.
There were steplike terraces and crevices, ranging from mere lines in the wall to platforms several feet wide.
Reaching the window, Selwood saw the man's flipping body take a long bound from the last of the steplike cornices.
The ancient granite had faulted on lines that were steplike, and as they had both intuited, the climb was an easy one.
Broadband epsilon-near-zero metamaterials with steplike metal-dielectric multilayer structures.
On the straight-ahead material, Mr. Bartz made singing, steplike phrases cruise though the harmonies.
In the steplike V formation of which he was part, the planes' colors were bright and barbarous, like the plumage of exotic hawks.
Part of the north face of the mountain was carved into a series of enormous, steplike ledges, which converge on a single point at their base.
Ketama, which opened the show, drew heavily on gypsy culture, mixing a thundering rhythm section with the steplike singing and rattling high-speed guitar of flamenco.
Standing in a private room, amid heavy, expensive furnishings of mahogany, Lester Dorrington stared from the window as he surveyed the steplike skyline of Manhattan.
He opened with Milt Jackson's "Reunion Blues," noticeably struggling with its jaunty melody, a steplike descending pattern.
PRESSING hard against the steplike wall of the Hotel Framton, The Shadow lifted an object from the package at his feet.
Once New Zealand's most famous attraction, the Pink and White Terraces were steplike structures created by geysers spouting heated water down a hill and into a lake.
The inlet was lined with steplike terraces where a mermaid could sit comfortably just in or just out of the water, and have access to the fireplaces on the next level up.
But Dr. Fins of NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell said their stories are strikingly similar, and suggest that recovery from years of minimal consciousness follows a steplike progression.
Alternative theories suggest that social structure emerged as a result of resource availability, or that social structure made steplike increases in complexity over time, starting from solitary to pairs to small groups and so on.
The steplike tiers of stone slanting upward from the court's marble inner walls were crowded with the very highest nobles of Tenochtitlan and those of Texcoco who had come with Nezahualpili.
As the afternoon wore on, we got out of the wagons and headed down a wide plateau of steplike flint stones toward a cluster of cottonwoods to split open several watermelons, which were to tide us over until supper.
No other country in the world has taken steps like this.
He ran up the steps like a child to meet them.
"The administration will really have to make a strong case why we're taking steps like this."
Just go through the steps like you did for the Background color.
That works out pretty good unless you happen to be on the bottom step like me.
I was too passive to take a step like that.
Couldn't you just walk a few steps like any reasonable man?
Instead, we should be taking steps like this so Washington leads by example.
Steps like those have become the routine once more in the last few days.
"It just goes to show that one small step like going on a computer course can lead you anywhere," she said.
Steps like these may have been overlooked in better economic times.
Asking for trouble to put steps like that where there are old people.
We try to avoid stories where a character is taking a big step like marriage and then not going back to it.
Steps like these will help better focus our efforts on building an even stronger, more effective public service.
But clearly, positive steps like these need to be supported by long-term change.
Compared to a typical student, my learning pattern is very "step like".
It will not be necessary for you to keep in step like troopers.
I took off up the basement steps like a streak.
She couldn't move, her steps like running on a treadmill moving too fast.
So there was permission to take a bold step like this.
Steps like these will help you gain experience and build momentum.
Jason had moved up beside him, but back a couple of steps like a good dog.
"It's always a challenge to take a step like this," he added.
"We're going to be encouraging Pakistan to continue to take steps like they've taken over the last few days."
I was up and down those steps like a shuttlecock.