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lock step

Simultaneous. See lock stepping.
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Forming fabric development is in many ways in lock step with equipment development.
And whether that mission is defending the skies over North America, or engaging the enemy in Southwest or Central Asia, our Total Force must be in lock step while preserving the unique culture of the 54 units that comprise our Air Guard team.
A passionate nativism marched in lock step with a sense of a lofty imperial mission.
We, I hope, will be in lock step with the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and with the government of Japan as we move forward,'' Armitage told reporters after briefing Senate members on the North Korean situation.
What bothered me about the law firm was that you're in lock step.
Even the New York Times and Washington Post, long-time whipping boys of the Right in this country, dutifully fell into lock step with the Administration's view of the situation.
While results currently bode well for Democrats, voters don't always follow lock step with their party, as evidenced by "Reagan Democrats" in the 1980's and Republicans in 1992, and the mid term elections of 2006.
Mathias Brauer, Spansion's manager of automotive MCU marketing, stated, "This is the first MCU from Spansion to address motor control for hybrid vehicles," "The dual R5 cores mean it is easier to achieve functional safety and to work without lock step.
This follows in virtual lock step with what the European Union has accomplished for the once-totally independent nations across the Atlantic.
At least, our fortunetelling is not in lock step with actuality.
Many types of borrowing move in lock step with the Fed's rate.
Audio-video synchronization is maintained at each display and all wirelessly connected receivers remain in lock step with each other.