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Out of Step

is an acrostic for oos.


Out of Step is a musical group.

  • album: "Moshing with a Smile"


  1. "Out of Step" is the sole studio album by American hardcore punk band Minor Threat. It was released on 45 RPM vinyl in April 1983 through Dischord Records. Although Out of Step has only been released on CD in limited quantities, all tracks from the album are available on Minor Threat's 1989 compilation album Complete Discography.
  2. "Out of Step" is a musical single of The Reducers.
    • released in (33 years ago)


  1. "Out of Step" is an award nominated article written by Martha Brant.
    • award: - GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Digital Journalism Article (Newsweek/ nomination for Martha Brant
  2. "Out of Step" is a book by Antonia Barber.
    • also known as "Out of Step (Dancing Shoes, No 4)"
    • genres: Fiction, Children's literature
    • subjects: Friendship, Ballet
  3. "Out of step" is a book by Derek Walker-Smith, Baron Broxbourne.
  4. "Out of step" is a book by René Elvin.
    • also known as "Out of step: nationalization in Britain v. denationalization in Europe"


"Out of Step" is a 2002 film about an LDS young woman from Utah who moves to New York, New York to pursue an education in dance at New York University. There, she receives the affections of two young men and must eventually chose between them.


Out of Step is a documentary series made by Associated-Rediffusion in 1957, in which presenter Daniel Farson looks for unconventional opinions' - surrounding a particular topical issue. Episodes lasted approximately 16 minutes, and the show was placed at 10.30pm in ITV's Wednesday schedule.

  • begun in (58 years ago)

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Google previewThe New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (2014)

Volume 12: Music by Bill C. Malone

Given the social context of the 1920s, when the rural and socially conservative South seemed greatly out of step with a dynamic nation , ...

Google previewMacmillan Dictionary for Children (2001)

by Robert B. Costello

out of step. With the feet or body not moving in a certain pattern or rhythm: The dancers were out of step with the music. • step by step. Gradually and steadily, advancing from one stage to the next: We learned to make pottery step by step.

Google previewDictionary of Banking and Finance (2009)

Over 9,000 terms clearly defined by Bloomsbury Publishing

out of step with not moving at the same rate as The pound was out of step with other European currencies.

Google previewAmerican telegraphy and encyclopedia of the telegraph (1903)

systems, apparatus, operation by William Maver (jr.)

which the same waves tend to set up in the non- tuned receiver circuit are, so to speak, out of step with the natural rate of oscillation of the non-tuned circuit, and thus as frequently oppose as assist the natural oscillations of the circuit.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)

The successive steps between the normal tones of a scale, whether whole or half , are collectively called diatonic ; while Intervals Involving other tones are called chromatic, — Out of step, not keeping step. — Pair of steps, set of steps, ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1895)

Out of step, not keeping step.– Pair of steps, set of steps, a step-ladder, especially one for indoor use.--Step by step. (a) By gradual and regular process. Locke, Human Understanding, ii. 9. (b) With equal pace; at the same rate of progress.

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Quotes about Out of Step

My security comes from my senses, my sensing the direction I should go and suddenly I felt out of tune, out of step with what other people wanted or what other people expected of me. (Kim Novak)
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