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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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The Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) and the New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) has declared the tender as part of a concerted push by the authorities to raise the country s renewable energy footmark.
Mr Harris, 29, was beaten so badly an 8cm piece of skin on his forehead became detached and was hanging in a flap, there was a footmark on his head, he suffered a swollen lip and his right eye was closed.
Moreover, the bank has a footmark in West and Central Africa via its alliance with Ecobank in West and Central Africa.
The merger of the two businesses will create a critical bags player in North America and extend Mondi s international footmark in this market, said David Hathorn, the CEO of Mondi Group, Mondi, in view of this merger, is set to proffer creative solutions for the firm s increasing client base.
Police said of the October 31 brawl: "The 18-year-old had lacerations and a footmark on his face.
Inside the temple, there is a footmark which is believed to be of Ravana.
You concentrated on putting your foot into the footmark in the snow of the person in front.
In his small flat he battered, stamped on and strangled the teenager in a prolonged attack, leaving a footmark on her abdomen.
I couldn't see if it was a toe or a heel but quite clearly it was a footmark from a trainer or a boot.
Tufnell made one bounce and turn from a Mullally footmark, and Read did not gather cleanly to take the gloss off an otherwise neat performance in which he took two catches.
By then, South Africa had lost Dale Steyn, who landed awkwardly in the footmarks while bowling his 18th over.
They said that outgoing FPCCI body under the leadership of UBG had made the federation corruption-free and hoped that new body would follow their footmarks.