- v. To walk up a set of stairs as exercise.
- v. A strategy for big city walking to avoid staying on the same street; it involves turning at a corner, walking to the end of the block, crossing the street, then repeating
“We're in a really healthy place for profitability and for future growth," said Dan Montague of Autofacts, the forecasting unit of PricewaterhouseCoopers, who predicted 12.5 million units of sales in the next year, a modest increase he calls "another stair-step up.”
“Mr. DUGGINS: Well, I think they're talking a stair-step process, and the big deal was the fact that they want to build the heavy-lift launch rocket that would be, you know, managed and designed out here in Alabama.”
“The company's new sonic logo—its first—is a stair-step of bright tones.”
“The working-class neighborhoods on the South Side still cling to the hillsides with their narrow streets, stair-step sidewalks, and worn and sad-looking houses with the kinds of expansive city views that San Franciscans pay millions for.”
“The miss rate on our trend estimates -- districts where the leader in the poll averages ultimately lost -- increased in stair-step fashion from 6% in the likely or non-competitive districts, to 14% in districts rated as leaning to one party or the other to 28% in the toss-up races.”
“Heavy, blowing snow slowed down the course and made the top two jumps, with their stair-step ledges, particularly difficult for the skiers.”
“We do not expect the "stair-step" upward estimate revisions that we saw earlier this year as Street expectations have increased, and the margin story and productivity gains have become better understood.”
“And, in the case of this New York Times iPhone app, it's clear that Apple didn't do much in the way of fixing "aliasing," that jaggy stair-step effect that occurs along diagonal straight edges when you enlarge text.”
“Inside, there was a large altar, a stair-step arrangement of shelves of diminishing size.”
“The Kickstart “Super MoneyMaker” pump is a manual stair-step powered pump that will pull water from a depth of 23 feet and lift it up to twice that height above a given water source.”
Looking for tweets for stair-step.