Definitions for "Steps"
Steps to a Healthier New Orleans is a program funded by the CDC and Federal Department of Health and Hospitals that implements chronic disease prevention efforts that focus on reducing the burden of diabetes, asthma and obesity.
"The Steps of the Cathedral". One of the e-mail lists for the Kingdom of An Tir. Used to avoid talking about modern appliances in a medieval context; as in "See you on the Steps."
Statistical Education through Problem Solving (a TLTP project)
Keywords:  slid, rail, slide, depending, utilizes
A step that can be slid away when not in use. The step utilizes either a 2 rail or 3 rail slide unit depending on the support structure available.
the course along which a person has walked or is walking in; "I followed in his steps"; "he retraced his steps"
found in many steel shafts, steps are visible gradations in the shaft diameter.
Individual actions contained within the sections and chapters of this book. You perform only the steps that apply to your specific activity. Steps contain a description of the action, the keystrokes required to complete the action, and usually, the response to the action.
Keywords:  therapeutic, moon, star, sun, levels
levels of therapeutic work, including Sun, Moon and Star.
Keywords:  staff, tone, scale, degree
a degree (tone or step) of the staff or of the scale.
the transitions between adjacent categories ordered by the definition of the variable.
Keywords:  bowler, delivering, ball, takes, number
Number of steps bowler takes when delivering the ball.
Science, Technology, and Engineering Programme for Schools
Each non-graphic request in a visit is counted as one step. The first request is step one, the second is step two, and so on. Steps are normally displayed as the average of many step numbers for the same item from different visits.
Keywords:  rise, maximum, single, arm, adjustment
The maximum amount that the interest rate on an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) can rise in a single adjustment period.
Keywords:  way, consisting, access, set
a way of access consisting of a set of steps