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A tentative act or measure that is the first stage in a long or challenging process.‘the country is just taking its first baby steps toward the future’
- ‘My suggestion for Harris would be to take baby steps.’
- ‘The best way to start is to make small, achievable goals; take baby steps.’
- ‘We've always really tried to take baby steps.’
- ‘Just like these wounded veterans of wars past, the country itself is just taking its first baby steps towards the future.’
- ‘Violent crime has often overshadowed the city's baby steps toward recovery.’
- ‘It is true the state has taken some baby steps in the right direction in the last several years.’
- ‘Get over the fear by taking baby steps.’
- ‘Walking with 160,000 fans on the highway, you can only take baby steps.’
- ‘The message we're trying to get to the politicians is don't move in baby steps.’
- ‘Be sure the goals are realistic (think baby steps rather than overnight success).’
- ‘In 1992, environmental history remained an immature discipline, still taking baby steps toward a comprehensive approach to the field.’
- ‘All day we were taking baby steps, baby steps.’
- ‘Already, we can detect baby steps in this direction.’
- ‘The era of downloadable major motion pictures is nearing, but the biggest players are taking baby steps.’
- ‘The pair walked us through their creative process, from baby steps to all-out dance moves.’
- ‘The Long Island Neighborhood Network, an environmental group, considers the county measure "a baby step."’
- ‘Sometimes, great change does not necessarily take place - baby steps are the best we can do.’
- ‘Certainly they have taken a baby step in the right direction by including the director's feature.’
- ‘We do inch forward, except little baby step by baby step.’
- ‘The operation sent him back to taking baby steps.’
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