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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Mason has been a regular visitor to University Hospital's club foot clinic ever since he was born.
Ms Jepson, now curate of St Michael's Church in Chester, claimed the abortions were illegal because club foot was not a serious disability.
One in 800 children are born with club foot - a genetic condition where the feet twist so the weight rests on the heel.
One leg is also shorter than the other and Mandy has a club foot which has turned back 180 degrees.
One baby being aborted because it has a club foot or webbed fingers is illegal and immoral.
Slave of nature and son of hell", KAOS's Richard III has a traditional club foot and hump, but is also deformed by power-lust and self-obsession.
Thankfully the music walked the walk, when Kasabian sprung into the public consciousness earlier this year with the twin bass assault of Club Foot.
Club Foot is the offspring of Led Zeppelin's Immigrant Song and Reason Is Treason could be early Hawkwind, while I.
Little Mia, aged nine months, was born with Congenital Talipes Equinovarus, commonly known as club foot.
They might be new but Kasabian's fans knew all the words to last single Club Foot, while next single LSF sums them up musically like a sober Happy Mondays mixed with an electro Rolling Stones.
After three years of pain from a club foot he was told the only way to race again was amputation of his right leg below the knee.
Additionally, the Turkish Jockey Club will not accept horses with a vice such as a club foot, only one testicle or a parrot mouth.

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