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But it can be done, if we take steps to reflect on our own actions.

Of course, cities can take steps right away to mitigate the damage done by militarizing law enforcement.

As a congressman in 1992, he promised to take steps to build more prisons.

More likely, it would make noises or take steps to unnerve peace with Israel in the Sinai just to show us up.

The report calls on the Palestinians to recognize that Israeli security concerns are legitimate and to take steps to allay these.

The workmen as we have seen could not, the masters would not, take steps in this direction.

Nasica demanded of the consul Scvola, who presided, to take steps to prevent the relection of Tiberius Gracchus.

We will be content to make haste slowly and take steps to prevent the evils that have defeated those who have gone before.

If he, or they, or any of them choose to take steps to annoy her, let her attorney manage that in the usual way.

It was, in truth, only a matter of time; and on Monday Mr. Wakefield would come down and begin to take steps.


On this page you'll find 70 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to take steps, such as: begin, carry out, create, develop, do, and enforce.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.