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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Yet, I'd first sample the package with Footlight Parade.
Prompted by host, and former That's Life presenter, Chris Serle, he by necessity had to merely scratch the surface of his life and career, stopping only briefly to discuss his achievements with a Footlights group he initially viewed as overly self-satisfied.
They joined the Footlights revue team and were introduced by Emma Thompson in 1978.
It was completely detached from that sixties Cambridge Footlights generation of Peter Cook and John Cleese.
As they tumbled and snarled and crashed, they peed and the urine fused the footlights.
He saddles In Footlights and Prince Siegfried in the 3.
Melvyn Bragg, left, presents a look at the influence Cambridge University's Footlights society has had on British comedy.
The influence of the Cambridge Footlights on British comedy.
In the 1984 episode Scumbag College take on posh Footlights College.
The model features Rear parking sensors, footlights and ABS (with EBD).
Basically the eight dancers all said stage presence is about energy--that electrifying embrace across the footlights, the source of pure joy that unites us in our uniquely human effort to make meaning out of the time and the space we inhabit.