stepped leader

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stepped leader

[′stept ′lēd·ər]
(geophysics)
The initial streamer of a lightning discharge; an intermittently advancing column of high ion density which established the channel for subsequent return streamers and dart leaders.
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Challenged by a chasing pack including Team Sky's Elia Viviani, Team Katusha's Alexander Porsev and Movistar Team's Juan Jose Lobato, the 29-year-old Etixx-Quick Step leader came up with an extra push at the end to notch his first-ever stage win in Dubai to add to his one win at last week's Tour de San Luis in Argentina.
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I held the yellow jersey in my first Tour and now, 11 years later, in what might be the last,' the Quick Step leader said.
Another step leaders could take would be to appoint physician liaisons to work with nurses and other caregivers in their respective departments.