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lock step

Simultaneous. See lock stepping.
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Straight outta the garage but loud as an alcohol fueled funny car, this shit is foot stompin' and barn burnin,' one foot in the '60s and the other in lock step with a timeless rock and roll lineage.
Nomura moved essentially in lock step with the Nikkei 225 until 1999, and then exploded until the peak in 2000.
Forming fabric development is in many ways in lock step with equipment development.
A passionate nativism marched in lock step with a sense of a lofty imperial mission.
Stock prices have moved in lock step with the Iraq war developments for months.
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.
Bryan Greens stance on free speech is completely in lock step with the Greens and shows once again that given half a chance, he would jump back into bed with the Greens in a heartbeat.
One cannot help but wonder whether the income tax lock step - that meaningless concession - which has been first applied to Scotland, was actually the straw that broke the camel's back, and helped them to opt for an independence vote.
The ratings and outlook on Omnium will therefore move in lock step with those on Total and today's actions are not due to any changes to the stand-alone characteristics of the company.