- n. Alternative form of half step.
“Tashby says "She isn't a Congresswoman, she's a Minnesota State Senator which is about a half-step up from Minnetonka City Council, politically.”
“She isn't a Congresswoman, she's a Minnesota State Senator which is about a half-step up from Minnetonka City Council, politically.”
“Rejiggering the composition of the Fed's securities holdings could also be a half-step which wins common agreement.”
“He takes a half-step, sends Price the wrong way and slots the ball into the bottom left-hand corner.”
“Her eyes widened, angry, and she made a half-step towards me.”
“A small move white key to black one half-step forward or back colors major with minor the smallest distance between piano keys transforms gospel to blues”
“Albany isn't the Soviet Union, so we're calling the Cuomo budget "one step forward and a half-step back.”
“If ever there were an opportunity for both sides to meet in the middle, with just a half-step by both, this is it.”
“The first one, in G, uses a chromatic [half-step] scale in double notes, which makes use of the third finxger going up and down the keyboard," explained the pianist.”
“Such reorganization is urgently needed but by itself will constitute only a half-step.”
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