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- n. a contiguous set of steps connecting two floors
- n. Plural form of stair.
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- n. a flight of stairs or a flight of steps
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Then she catches on and before I know it, she's running to the stairs in my apartment and screaming, "Woo, woo up stairs aunt Partygirl - catch me!" and I'm game so I reply, "I'm commmmmmmmminnngggggg - you better run, sista!"
(_Enter_ ANNE _from stairs up R. and comes to foot of staircase, followed by_ PIM, _who comes half-way down the stairs_.)
Playing 21 shots and then getting brain damage from a tumble down the stairs is a terribly, terribly shitty way to celebrate a birthday. spookyu
My falling down the stairs is a problem and they want to fix it somehow.
At the top of the stairs is our dining room and here's one wall of it.
You have to climb the stairs and at the top of the stairs is a little nook where the host sits.
At the top of the stairs is a desk marked "Contrataciones de Incorporaciones Voluntarias."
Transition to the vineyard, often formed in "stairs" (So 2: 14), or terraces, in which, amidst the vine leaves, foxes hid. foxes -- generic term, including jackals.
Next, I climb the stairs in rhythm with the French words of Joyeux Anniversaire!
A young guy, dark brown skin, shaved-head, neatly dressed, probably gay, came up the stairs from the bar door.
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