steppingstone


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steppingstone

A flat stone set in level with the earth, or set in a pond or stream, to provide a footpath.
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The event, first of its kind for BBBF, featured SteppingStone Global founder and president Jean Nicolai and a Master Neuro-Linguistic Programme practitioner and SteppingStone Global Partner and a seasoned media veteran Mike Orlov as lead coaches.
If you're lucky enough to live in an area with naturally occurring outcroppings of stone, you may find steppingstones flee for the hauling.
Steppingstone prepares students with the potential and a community of support for admission to the best public, non-public and independent college preparatory schools through a program of academics, mentoring and support.
We picked these limestone steppingstones from a pile at the local landscape supply center for about $2 each.
CAFTA-FTAA proponents have necessarily kept CAFTA's real significance hidden from public view, even downplaying the fact that CAFTA is a steppingstone to the FTAA.
Our SteppingStone program has opened my eyes to our ability to make a difference in our community.
Local stakes winner Dilemma faces two colts with flashy numbers in Saturday's Hollywood Prevue Stakes, a steppingstone to next month's Hollywood Futurity -- and often a springboard to bigger things in the spring.
Itself a dangerous proposal, CAFTA is clearly a steppingstone toward passage of the far more comprehensive FTAA.
The Atlantic series is a steppingstone to Champ Car, so the drivers are less experienced and prone to more mistakes.
CAFTA would be a major steppingstone toward a Free Trade Area of the Americas agreement.
The silver level is a steppingstone to the gold and platinum levels and requires a partner to have at least one certified sales representative.
The 1 1/8-mile race is a major steppingstone for the May 6 Kentucky Derby.