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The old woman was gasping for breath by the time she reached the top of the stairsThe young boy ran up the stairs with excitement.

The old woman was gasping for breath by the time she reached the top of the stairs.

Climbing stairs burns about two and a half times more calories than swimming for the same amount of time.

Why are you taking the elevator to go up just one floor? I'm taking the stairs.

I hopped out of bed around 9:00, and ran down the stairs to the breakfast table.

The old man slowly walked up the stairs to the house.

He broke his leg when he fell down the stairs.

The woman stood at the foot of the stairs and called her children to supper.

He ran to the top of the stairs and knocked on the door.

I tripped on the top stair and fell all the way to the bottom.

The little girl bounded up the stairs two at a time, and banged on the door.

The building is completely inaccessible to people in wheelchairs, as there is no elevator, and the stairs are too steep.

A Kurdish proverb notes that stairs are climbed step by step.

Once a year, the CN Tower in Toronto lets people walk up the stairs to the top of the building.

A man named Jeff Adams went all the way up the 1,776 stairs to the top of the CN Tower in his wheelchair to illustrate the barriers facing people with disabilities.

Joe Girard once said that the elevator to success is out of order. You'll have to use the stairs... one step at a time.

Dottie Walters once noted that success is not a doorway, it's a staircase.

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