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step-by-step

adjective by degrees, continuous, creeping, gradational, gradual, graduated, in steps, leisurely, measured, methodical, orderly, paced, part of a process, progressive, regular, slow, slow-paced, snail-like, systematic, unhurried
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"Woodburning Realistic Animals" also features discussions on pens and nibs, hints for woodburning feathers and noses, and step-by-step suggestions for how to add beautiful splashes of color to a woodburning work with everything from colored pencils to alcohol inks.
Key features of "Treating the Traumatized Child" are the provision of a step-by-step, practice focused, time-limited model; the utilization of a family systems approach for addressing child and adolescent trauma; and the inclusion of useful diagnostic tools such as checklists, client handouts, and evaluation forms.
The Step-by-Step case is the most recent example of alleged Medicaid fraud, waste and abuse in the joint federal-state program, which pays for health care for the disabled and lowincome families.
Padesky, (The Guilford Press, New York), A primer in cognitive therapy with step-by-step worksheets that teach specific skills for conquering depression, anxiety, guilt, shame, and other feelings.
"PIA will provide authoritative, step-by-step guidance when our ongoing discussions with the NYSID regarding the Circular Letter have resulted in clarification of the many issues PIA has raised with the NYSID," said Ryan.
This step-by-step plan contained clear instructions to test the effect of one or more variables (characteristics) on another variable.
"We just thought of dressing up as chavs and showing step-by-step how to enter the world of the chav.
An online interactive design guide provides simple step-by-step instructions for configuring GORE High Flex Flat Cable or GORE Trackless Cable from standard components, with five-day lead times.
Two-color art accompanies step-by-step directions on finding and making instruments from everyday objects.
* Capture of change history for audit, regulatory compliance and a step-by-step understanding of change events.
The second one, procedural knowledge, includes symbolic system, algorithms and rules such as "step-by-step instructions that prescribe how to complete tasks" (Hiebert & Lefevre, 1986, p.6) or sequences of actions for solving problems (Rittle-Johnson & Siegler, 1988).