to lớn move along by putting one foot in front of the other, allowing each foot to touch the ground before lifting the next:

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khổng lồ go with someone to lớn a particular place, for example because you want khổng lồ protect them from danger, or show them the way:
 

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lớn not be charged with a crime, or to be allowed lớn leave sầu a court after being found not guilty of a crime:
in baseball, to receive four balls outside the hitting area and be allowed to lớn go khổng lồ first base, or khổng lồ throw the ball outside the hitting area four times so that the batter is allowed khổng lồ go lớn first base:
in baseball, an occasion when a batter is allowed to go to first base after the pitcher has thrown the ball outside the hitting area four times
to lớn leave sầu an event before it is finished because you are not enjoying it or because you bởi not agree with it:
If workers walk out, they go on strike (= stop working at their jobs in order khổng lồ express a complaint):
an act of moving along by putting one foot in front of the other, or moving a distance in this, esp. for pleasure or exercise:
Business groups are waiting lớn see if the incoming Governor will walk the talk on promises khổng lồ boost the state"s economy.
The empirical evidence shows that for some countries we can reject the hypothesis that exchange rates are random walks.

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We state the theorem only for the simple random walk, although it was originally stated for more general (strongly reversible) walks.
In the case of random walks in convex bodies, we show that this new bound is better than the known bounds for the worst case.
In other words, it increases the steepness of the bowl walls và thereby restricts the random walk more efficiently.
They typically occur at the ends of meetings, often as people are walking out of a room, và even during social breaks.
For a biped motion velocity higher than 1.5 m/s, walking cannot be produced by the chosen actuator, but running is possible.
An irregular catchment area, based on actual travel times, could only be reconstructed by actively walking away from a site in different directions.
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