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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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4 percent to $300 per square foot and the Westside rose 11.
For overall circulation, it is good to work the entire foot.
For additional information on foot care, contact the National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse at 1-800-860-8747.
Therefore, the regular foot monitoring we provide has been more than sufficient to prevent problems.
Finally, both officer complacency and the lack of accurate statistics on the number of officers killed or injured in foot chases reveal the need for law enforcement agencies to consider developing and implementing foot pursuit policies and procedures.
Single-support Phase: Continue to actively turn the left foot.
Wearing comfortable shoes that fit well can prevent many foot ailments.
In Indianapolis, a 631,000 square foot industrial project located in Duke's AllPoints at Anson development that will be constructed in the Company's Browning joint venture and a 185,000 square foot suburban office project located in Duke's Parkwood West business park;
The wound eventually healed, but Hill learned how dangerous foot abrasions can be for diabetics.
In glissade forward and glissade back, the foot that pushes off the floor must also come in toward the center line so both pointes are on the center line.
As the pitcher's arm reaches the release point, the infielder must take a short step forward with the right foot and, then, as the ball reaches the plate, bring the left foot forward.
In the second championship run, scrappy point guard Derek Fisher spent most of the season sidelined with a stress fracture in his right foot.