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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «STEP ON IT» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «STEP ON IT»
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SteponIt!: A Wild Ride Through the Motor Age
From the infamous Cugnot, the Frenchman who in 1789 both built the first working automobile and had the first car crash, to Craig Breedlove, who survived the fastest accident in the history of motoring (an unscheduled right-hand turn at ...
Tony Davis, 2006
STEPONIT: One Woman's Adventure in the Race Across America
Digital Proofer Step On It Authored by Amy Shonstrom 6.0" x 9.0" (15.24 x 22.86
cm) Black & White on White paper 188 pages ISBN-13: 9780615927947 ISBN-10
:0615927947 Step On It Please carefully review your Digital Proof download for ...
Michael Shonstrom, 2013
Stepit Down: Games, Plays, Songs, and Stories from the ...
The dancer "steps it down" in a forward- and-back motion: one— put the foot out
in front as though stepping on something but do not change weight; two— put the
same foot back in place and step on it, changing weight; repeat with the other ...
Bessie Jones, Bess Lomax Hawes, 1972
Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary
step on it informal used to tell someone to drive faster or to hurry: Could you stepon it? I 'm late. • step out of line to behave in a way that is unacceptable or not
expected: Step out of line one more time Peters, and you re fired! >phrasal verbs
English-Albanian Dictionary of Idioms
There were a half dozen available candidates, anyone of whom would have
rejoiced to step into his shoes. step on it/step on the gas 1. shpejtoj, rris
shpejtesine, shkel gazin □ 'Tell the driver to step on it — we don 't want to be late
! ' □ Step ...
Ilo Stefanllari, 2000
Step by Step: A Complete Movement Education Curriculum
(If they step on it, it will tend to turn inside out.) The children who are under the
parachute toward the back work to remain under and not have the chute leave
them behind. Ms. Monster can come out from behind pianos or the edge of the
Sheila Kogan, 2003
Cambridge Business English Dictionary
2 step on it informal used to tell someone to drive faster or to hurry: If we want to
get these orders out on time, we're going to have to step on it. 3 step out of line to
behave in a way that is unacceptable or not expected: If he steps out of line, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2011
Cambridge Dictionary of American Idioms
... An outside buyer stepped in to save the company. * Related vocabulary step
up to the plate at plate step on it to hurry in order to get something done quickly; =
step on the gas ♢ We'd better step on it or we'll still be here steamed 396.
Paul Heacock, 2003
“Step on it, step on it,” hollered the accountant. As I accelerated I was waiting at
any moment to drop into a sinkhole and lose the front end. We popped up over
the hill, and 500 yards away the deer was starting up out of the snow covered ...
Philip Bachman, 2013
One Step to Danger
Occasionally one would come close to us,but then they would either overtake or
drop back. If they dropped back, I instructed Jacqui to step on it to see if they
followed. None did. We only stopped to pay the tolls but hardly needed to slow
John Gubert, 2007
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