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step turn

A turning maneuver while the floatplane is taxiing on the step.
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"If this small step turns out to be on the right track, we will see how to move on to further steps."
This step turned up the heat, moving it from a proxy war to an open war.
The first step turned pluripotent stem cells into an embryonic cell type called definitive endoderm, which gives rise to the lining of the esophagus, stomach and intestines as well as the lungs, pancreas and liver.
You can't say, "OK, I did that step turned out yesterday so it's OK today." No, it's not OK today.
The next step turned out to be a little tricky: "Once we created the mold within the sand [and set the shell], we backfilled around the pool and filled it with water at the same time," Shoreman says.
McKee points out that Susan Stroman's choreography reiterates this theme in a second-act montage: while black street performers dance for spare change from Chicago's passers-by, Magnolia's daughter co-opts their moves and cashes in when the step turns into the Charleston craze.
The first essential step turns German revisionism on its head by rejecting what he calls the "residual Cold War blinders" that obstruct an accurate assessment of the interaction of anticommunism and anti-Semitism in Nazi ideological dynamics.
A pull-out step turns this deck into a picnic table.