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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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In the US, Tommy Hilfiger has been the label of choice, while Timberland and Nike have graced many a rapper's plates of meat.
A fan set up a site specially in praise of the Scottish presenter's feet and had 62,000 immediately people log on to admire Gail's plates of meat.
The grey has to give weight away all round, but young O'Farrell will take a useful 5lb off and we can but hope he keeps his plates of meat in the irons today.
TV favourite Del Boy was always feeling cream crackered after a hard day on his plates of meat, but now boffins reckon that Cockney Rhyming Slang is dying out along with other regional dialects like Scouse and Brummy.
Bowlers notice when his plates of meat remain planted and immediately angle the ball across him to get him caught in the slips or attempt to make him play on, as he did against Fidel Edwards at
TALEOF THE TAPE JOHN TORODE AGE: 47 WEIGHT: Fairly trim middleweight in middle age FIGHTING STYLE: The no nonsense Aussie chef would chop pommy Gregg down to size in a spicy scrap GREGG WALLACE AGE: 48 WEIGHT: Has recently lost three stone, but still has heavyweight sized fists FIGHTING STYLE: The newly slim Cockney is now light and nimble on his plates of meat
Well, strap a pair of Reebok's RunTone trainers to your plates of meat and every time you go for a jog, the air-filled balance pods in the sole absorb energy and make your leg muscles work harder, multiplying the effect.