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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Rents on Seventh Avenue in Midtown rose 42 percent to $479 per square foot and the price per square foot on West 42nd Street soared 50 percent to $300.
Next, supporting the base of the toes of the left foot with the left hand, grab the big toe on either side between the index finger and thumb of the right hand and "crab walk" down to the base of the toe, taking about five to six steps.
Imagine, then, a third painting hanging in the Asamkirche, depicting a twenty-first-century foot washing or anointing.
Step 4 Dry feet thoroughly, and follow up with a rich coat of moisturize, giving yourself a nice foot massage.
A comprehensive foot exam assesses skin, circulation, and sensation.
A wider shoe can help dancers with extensor tendinitis, giving the foot more room to maneuver and stretch.
Some residents, for example, lack the joint flexibility required for a thorough foot inspection.
On the hind, the foot pad area is longer than the toes.
Because officers do this activity every day, they often become complacent about the dangers inherent in chasing suspects on foot and develop a false sense of security.
First, continue to actively turn your left foot, even though the right foot is now in the air.
The Breathing Foot helps shoe designers take sweating and swelling into account to create shoes that fit better.
Disease, years of wear and tear, ill-fitting or poorly designed shoes, poor circulation to the feet, or improperly trimmed toenails cause many common foot problems.