n a standard procedure that is followed mindlessly
the union's support had been in lockstep for years
n a manner of marching in file in which each person's leg moves with and behind the corresponding leg of the person ahead
the prisoner's ankles were so chained together that they could only march in lockstep
Kroenke wants unity in organization DENVER -- In the past 10 days, Nuggets president Josh Kroenke saw an unraveling of the fabric of an organization that he much rather would have been in lockstep.
June 8, 2013 - Boulder Daily Camera
Councilmatic Allows Chicagoans To Watch The Watchmen Want to know what legislation is in the works in City Council, what your alderman is voting for (or against), and how often those votes are in lockstep with Mayor Emanuel’s agenda? [ more › ]
June 5, 2013 - Chicagoist
Harry Reid in USA Today This is unacceptable to me, it's unacceptable to the American people,Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid tells reporters, adding: "I call on the Senate Republicans to not walk lockstep as they have with the president for years in this war....
Barack Obama in FOXNews Martha's opponent already is walking in lockstep with Washington Republicans,Obama said, criticizing Brown for opposing the president's proposed tax on Wall Street. "She's got your back, her opponent's got Wall Street's back. Bankers don't...
Sean McCormack in TIME There's no secretary general of the United Nations that's going to be in lockstep with the United States or any other country with regard to its policies,McCormack said. "It's not that person's job."