starting step

starting step

The lowest step in a flight of stairs.
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"What we have reached today has elevated the value for the country and made the citizen feel honored and proud," pledging to make the agreement a starting step.
Chairperson BISP, during the meeting, said that there is a need to identify BISP families from amongst 3,000 families of Gujar Khan as the starting step of the cooperation.
This chronic underfunding became apparent this year, when the increase to the minimum wage wiped out the starting step of the health care assistant (HCA)/caregiver pay scale in our three largest CAs.
Shaikh Mohammed's Decree No (49) of 2013 is the starting step of Dubai's practical preparations to host the world's largest and most prestigious exhibition.
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ECB will start to supervise 150-200 banks as a starting step on path of resolving the European sovereign debt crisis.
"The SPARC architecture is a starting step toward emulating the essential perception-action of living beings, where some basic behaviors are inherited--like feeding--while others are incrementally learned, leading to the emergence of higher cognitive abilities" Arena said.
For step three she used powder over the concealer and in step four she used a bronzing powder across my cheeks, before then starting step five, which was my lips.
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The decree is the starting step of Dubai's practical preparations to host the world's largest and most prestigious exhibition and the events and activities accompanying it.
From August 1, 2009, the starting step will be $15.75/hr, rising to $18.95/hr on step five.