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“It also signaled that we had started our inch-by-inch climb out of the underground scene and into the mainstream—like ninjas pushing up street drain covers and rising up into the big, wide world.”
“My attitude is if we're making progress step-by-step, inch-by-inch, day-by-day that we are being true to the spirit of that campaign.”
“As in every American politician's reckoning with reality, we the voters will now decide whether such paced leadership is okay -- if step-by-step, inch-by-inch, day-by-day works for us.”
“So, one night, I open the door, inch-by-inch, and sprint along the landing, stumble down the three steps to the toilet, the presence of something behind me.”
“Sitting in all kinds of weather, being gradually, microscopically, inch-by-inch moved.”
“She describes the next decades of learning, collecting and visiting artists at the far ends of the city as "inch-by-inch.”
“Auction houses say newcomers are asking for large-scale pieces—possibly wanting to get their money's worth on an inch-by-inch basis.”
“It makes little difference if Obama is a progressive at heart or if Rahm Emanuel hates the left - simple politics dictates that you have to make the 40,000 foot case for your inch-by-inch progress.”
“It is not uncommon to sit in one place and crawl inch-by-inch for extended periods of time.”
“The bitter year-long battle over health-care legislation has become an inch-by-inch, word-by-word war for public opinion in which features of the legislation are being trumpeted, spun, counter-spun, and spat upon.”
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