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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Steppingstone was built for tycoon Steve O'Connor, who made his fortune from a Widnes-based rail freight and logistics company before selling to the Stobart Group.
The facilitators were Jean Nicolai, founder and president of SteppingStone Global and a Master Neuro-Linguistic Programme practitioner, and Michael Jackson, project manager, facilitator and certified leadership coach.
Hwever, Republic of Ireland international goalkeeper Elliot insists that, with Benitez at the helm, Newcastle are no longer a "steppingstone" club.
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.
"In addition to providing the support of Steppingstone within that portfolio I intend to work with James to develop relationships with new businesses and existing partners."
The company said, Based on the successful deals as a steppingstone, we plan to bid not only for the remaining 65 substations but also for future reconstruction projects in Iraq and other Arab countries.
Steppingstone paths also cost less because you'll cover more distance with less stone.
Dessie Hughes will reintroduce classy chaser Central House at Navan today, not over fences, but in the two-mile Amsterdam Here We Come Maiden, a race traditionally used by trainers as a suitable steppingstone for their National Hunt horses.
Ideally, it can be used when possible as a steppingstone to higher value, higher profit markets.
Though the job holds little power, in recent years it has been a steppingstone to higher political office.
THE search continues today for potential Breeders' Cup runners, as both Belmont Park and Santa Anita offer important steppingstone events.