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stride

in gait (usually walking or running): the interval between an event of one foot (e.g. heel-strike or toe-strike) and the next occurrence of the same event of the same foot. stride length the distance between the position (e.g. heel contact) of one foot and the subsequent position of the same foot. May also include other support devices such as crutches. Should be the same for each foot as long as movement is in a straight line (i.e. not in a curve). Usually measured in metres. stride rate the number of strides per minute.

stride

body movement during two successive steps (see step)
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That is shown by the increased length of his strides.
The command to march was now given, and the girls formed themselves into four bands, or companies, and set off with eager strides toward the Emerald City.
Last year we embraced the opportunity to help a portion of Uber's partners maximize their financial savings on health coverage," says Noah Lang, Stride Health's CEO.
The facility offers composite wording covering all risks, and is exclusive to Stride Insurance Group brokers.
Frankel is the only horse I have seen who combined a long stride with a very quick one, something he had in common with Usain Bolt.
The office is being led by Stride Treglown director Richard Philipson, with new general manager Nathan Hones.
Stride frequency is an important aspect of gamespeed.
Man O'War, a 1920s horse that lost only one race during his entire career and is considered one of the world's greatest racehorses, galloped to glory with a stride length of approximately 8.
Keep your stride length short as you begin running.
But Stride, with the support of manager David O'Leary and Villa's four non-executive directors, has stepped in seamlessly.
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Although the lives and works of the best-known stride or stride-influenced players (Johnson, Fats Waller, Willie "The Lion" Smith, Earl Hines, Count Basie, and Art Tatum) are already well documented, the sketches focus on their stride activity.