steady advance

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Nor did the mighty beast even pause in his steady advance along the ledge.
Facts not to be disregarded are the steady advance of the short story, beginning early in the Victorian period or before, to a position of almost chief prominence with the novel; and the rise of American literature to a position approaching equality with that of England.
What has driven this steady advance in the past 60 years?
WARWICKSHIRE spent the opening day of their match against Middlesex in unspectacular but steady advance as they strive to set down a platform for the win they need to sustain their bid for the championship title - and a trophy treble.
The steady advance of new car sales shows no sign of slowing down.
It's a well-known fact that it was as much the demise of the bison, which once roamed the endless prairies of the west in their tens of millions, as the steady advance of eastern "civilisation", that ended the Indian way of life.
Coupled with steady advance of automobile, tire and other downstream sectors, China rubber auxiliary industry is predicted to maintain a growth rate between 8.
It's a well-known fact that it was as much the demise of the bison, which once roamed the endless prairies of the west in their tens of millions as the steady advance of eastern "civilisation", which ended the Indian way of life.
As the section that marked the end of Carson's detailed narration of Company's religious policy, one might expect a more extensive analysis of how best to situate the Rebellion in relation to the steady advance of the Evangelical agenda.
But can OHVs roll back or hold off the steady advance of vegetation on acres of open sand?
With turnout such a critical factor, the steady advance of the weather pattern dubbed Frankenstorm -- the confluence of Hurricane Sandy, churning northwards, and another storm heading east -- could play an outsize role in this election.
Besides fast-expanding renewable energies, world conventional petroleum is beginning to retreat with a steady advance of non-conventional oil and gas reserves.