Step

Step or Steps may refer to:

  • Walk
  • Dance step, the building block of many dances
  • Military step, a regular, ordered and synchronized walking of military formations
    • Marching, refers to the organized, uniformed, steady and rhythmic walking forward, usually associated with military troops
  • Edward Step (1855–1931), author of books on various aspects of nature
  • Step (air base), a Soviet/Russian military facility in Chita Oblast
  • Step (footing), a horizontal platform of a stairway
  • Steps (group), a British pop group (from 1997)
  • Step (Kara album), a 2011 album by South Korean girl group Kara
  • Step (Meg album), a 2007 album by Japanese technopop singer-lyricist MEG
  • "Step" (song), a song by Korean pop girl group Kara
  • Step (music), an interval between two consecutive scale degrees
  • Step (software), the physics simulator included in KDE
  • Steps (TVB), a Hong Kong television series
  • Steps (novel), a National Book Award winning novel by Jerzy Kosinski
  • Step aerobics, aerobic exercise which uses an elevated platform
  • Step dance, a dance style where the footwork is the most important part of the dance
  • Step function, in mathematics
  • Stepfamily, reconstituted family, is a family in which one or both members of the couple have children from a previous relationship
  • A "step", moving from line to line in a mathematical proof using rules of logical inference

STEP or STEPS may refer to:

  • STEP (company), a Belgian company
  • STEP (satellite), a planned space science experiment
  • STEP Library, Standard Template for Electronic Publishing, a file format used to distribute Biblical software
  • Sixth Term Examination Paper, examinations set in the United Kingdom by the University of Cambridge to assess applicants for undergraduate mathematics courses
  • Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, the international professional body for workers in the trust industry and the (often overlapping) field of estate administration
  • ISO 10303, Standard for the Exchange of Product model data
  • Standardized Tactical Entry Point, to extend DISN services into the tactical theater to provide initial connectivity between the deployed warfighter and sustaining base
  • Stellar Planet Survey, a search for Jupiter-mass and larger planets around 30 nearby dwarf M stars (see List of astronomy acronyms)
  • Sustainable Transport Energy for Perth, a first fuel cell bus program
  • Systematic Training for Effective Parenting, a parent education program published as a series of books
  • The Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy of the U.S. National Academies

StEP may refer to:

  • Solving the E-waste Problem, an international initiative, created to develop solutions to address issues associated with Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
  • Staggered extension process, a method in molecular biology to shuffle mutations in genes

Other articles related to "step, steps":

Wolfe Conditions
... Each step often involves approximately solving the subproblem where is the current best guess, is a search direction, and is the step length ... Then inexact line searches provide an efficient way of computing an acceptable step length that reduces the objective function 'sufficiently', rather than minimizing the objective function over exactly ...
One Step Closer (U2 Song)
... "One Step Closer" is the ninth track of U2's eleventh studio album, How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb ... The origins of "One Step Closer" date back to the All That You Can't Leave Behind sessions ... "One Step Closer" is billed in the album with thanks to Noel Gallagher of Oasis ...
One Step Too Far - Tracklisting
... UK CD Single "One Step Too Far" (Radio Edit) - 324 "One Step Too Far" (Rollo Sister Bliss Mix) - 743 "One Step Too Far" (Alex Neri Club Rah Mix Edit ...
Forro - Forró (the Dance) - Steps
... Because of the intimacy, there are not as many step variations in this style ... Its basic step is forward-backwards - slightly similar to traditional Bolero or Salsa ... space between the pair, many more moves, steps and turns are possible than in Nordestino styles ...
Pedometer
... and electronic or electromechanical, that counts each step a person takes by detecting the motion of the person's hips ... Because the distance of each person's step varies, an informal calibration, performed by the user, is required if presentation of the distance covered in a unit of length (such as in kilometres or miles) is ... Often worn on the belt and kept on all day, it can record how many steps the wearer has walked that day, and thus the kilometres or miles (distance = number of steps × step length) ...

Famous quotes containing the word step:

    Women should not weaken their cause by impracticable demands. Make no claim which could not be won in a reasonable time. Take one step at a time, get a good foothold in it and advance carefully.
    Jane Grey Swisshelm (1815–1884)

    Why should we be in such desperate haste to succeed and in such desperate enterprises? If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which hears, however measured or far away.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    If women were umpiring none of this [rowdyism] would happen. Do you suppose any ball player in the country would step up to a good-looking girl and say to her, “You color- blind, pickle-brained, cross-eyed idiot, if you don’t stop throwing the soup into me I’ll distribute your features all over you countenance!” Of course he wouldn’t.
    Amanda Clement (1888–1971)