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a way of marching in very close file, in which the leg of each person moves with and closely behind the corresponding leg of the person ahead.
a rigidly inflexible pattern or process.
a lockstep educational curriculum.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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First of all, freshmen follow a fairly
Military and civilian enhanced-vision technologies now move in
, as they have in the computer field for years.
We have a staff of guys who are in
in what it takes to be here.
Choose investment categories that do not move in
with each other.
Gold and gold-mining shares used to rise and fall in
The agencies move in near-
, in fees and in the ratings they give.
Grain prices, particularly corn, has risen in
with increases in oil prices as more corn is used to produce biofuels.
Energy and economic growth always grew in
, went the conventional argument, and to think otherwise was dangerously naive.
But these general tendencies do not explain the
correlation between parental income and student scores.
Regulators must also take into account credit conditions because money and credit do not move in
British Dictionary definitions for
a method of marching in step such that the men follow one another as closely as possible
mainly US & Canadian
) a standard procedure that is closely, often mindlessly, followed
in lockstep with,
progressing at exactly the same speed and in the same direction as other people or things, esp as a matter of course rather than by choice
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