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A Step Away


"A Step Away" is an Official Olympic Film, a documentary filmed during the VIIIth Pan American Games held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, from July 1 to July 15, 1979. It was produced and directed by Roberto Ponce and co-directed by Marcos Zurinaga. The English language narrator was Orson Welles; Carlos Montalban narrated the Spanish version.


"A step away" is a book by B. James.

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Google previewBoys' Life Book of Outdoor Skills (2012)

by Boy Scouts of America

What's worse, only a step away is a 1,000-foot drop. The climbing term for being one step away from thin air is "exposure." But the Scouts were prepared; climbing lessons had taught them rope handling, safety and basic climbing maneuvers.

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Poetry: The Twentieth Century (2014)

The Twentieth Century by Eric L. Haralson

Lunchpoems such as “A Step Away fromThem,” “The Day Lady Died,” and...

Google previewEvangelical Dictionary of Theology (2001)

by Walter A. Elwell

a step away from the classical Greek ideal of practical wisdom (sophia). Rationality is community-relative according to Gadamer's philosophy. That is not to say that truth is relative, since Gadamer states that “the possibilities of rational ...

Google previewDow's Dictionary of Railway Quotations (2006)

by Andrew Dow

Not a step toward nationalization, with all its evils, but a step away from it. Claude S Brinegar, Department of Transportation Secretary, describing the legislation that created Conrail. Quoted in ...

Google previewWebster's II Children's Dictionary (2003)

A short distance: The grocery store is just a step away. 3. The sound of someone walking. 4. A small platform for the foot in going up or down: the steps of a stairway. 5. An act done to achieve some goal: The mayor is taking steps to make the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes (2013)

by Richard Kostelanetz

Yes, the NAL, wholly on its own volition, situated the putative top drawer of American arts between credit advisors and the blind and just a step away from diaper providers. What AAAL represents culturally is a European model for collecting ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the British Empire (1996)

by James Stuart Olson, Robert Shadle

The conference took a step away from free trade* and toward economic cooperation by supporting the idea of preferential tariffs in imperial trade relation. The conference also addressed imperial defense. The colonial delegates were reluctant ...

Google previewThe Holocaust: An Encyclopedia and Document Collection [4 volumes] (2017)

by Paul R. Bartrop, Michael Dickerman

Everyone is but a step away from deportation; people are being hunted down ...

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Fanaticism is just one step away from barbarism. (Denis Diderot)
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