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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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He pushed Schneider from his foothold to the ground below.
could become a foothold in the sheer wall of the future.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 26, 2017-Seeman Holtz Property/Casualty Acquires Insurance Solutions Group to Expand Foothold in Florida
Global Banking News-May 26, 2015--Turkish banks looking for foothold in China
BAGHDAD / Nina / Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi welcomed on Wednesday the international support for Iraq to fight the / IS /, stressing that everyone should respect Iraq's sovereignty, and said that "the hour of salvation and victory resolved to return Salah al-Din province to homeland, stressing that no foothold left for the / IS / in Iraq.
The China Unicom partnership gives Jasper a key strategic foothold into the important Chinese M2M market China is last major "greenfield" country market for MCP vendors and a significant growth opportunity in terms of number of connections going forward.
The company aims to strengthen its foothold in the Indian market which is poised for strong economic growth.
Barco, a global enterprise visualization expert declared that it has partnered with MCD Medical Computers Deutschland, strengthening their foothold in the surgical display market within the DACH region.
A SEPA spokesman said: "An increase in the involve "An increase in the involvement of organised crime ment of organised crime gangs, who use their influence gangs, who use their influence to gain a foothold in a legiti to gain a foothold in a legitimate market, has meant new mate market, has meant new approaches are needed.
Foothold "They are using Yemen as a platform to launch their operations", he said.
Excluding Hong Kong and China, Vietnam is Cathay United's most profitable overseas foothold.
Islamists have already claimed a foothold in Egypt, Morocco, Libya and Tunisia, where the Muslim Brotherhood has swept to power on the back of the so-called Arab Spring.