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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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It is 179 feet tall and holds 28,000 acre-feet of water, which are fed into it from Pyramid Lake.
Washing and kissing feet, on my knees on the floor, all seemed very natural to me, perhaps because I was busy doing my task.
This species often tops out above 200 feet and stumps have been found measuring 17 feet across, making its true potential well over 800 points
One painting near the front of the church illustrates the story of Mary wiping Jesus' feet with her hair.
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.
She pushes off the floor and establishes second in the air with both legs straight and feet pointed, making sure the second leg remains turned out, does not move back behind her hips, and doesn't kick out (she freezes the legs, fostering the illusion that she has stopped in midair).
The ground ball should be fielded out front, with the back fairly flat, the weight over the balls of the feet, and the eyes totally focused on the ball.
Players with rigid feet also are assigned strengthening exercises.
Two industrial facilities totaling 438,000 square feet in Cleveland; and
Occasionally, they're allowed to work in sneakers, which gives their feet a rest.
People with neuropathy need to inspect their feet daily for any injuries.
To demonstrate this, campers will move their right front and right rear feet at the same time and then their left front and rear feet.