Moran intersperses breathtaking flights of improvisation with vamps, ostinatos, and stride techniques.
It was during these years that Da Vinci hit his stride , reaching new heights of scientific and artistic achievement.
He walked with a determined stride , as if he knew where he was going and nothing would stop him from getting there.
Edwards really seemed to have hit his stride and was right on the mark, whether talking about his background, or addressing issues of concern.
The play gains momentum in its second act, in which both leads and two fine male supports, finally hit their stride .
David went deep within himself, met God, and found strength and direction to stride into the way of salvation.
With a purposeful stride Eddy walked through the people with an encouraging smile upon her half hidden face.
new wealth enabled Britain to stride the world once more
Stand with your feet together and step forward with your right, about a long stride 's length in front of your left.
he followed her with an easy stride