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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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There is a sad lack of seats for the footsore and weary shoppers and visitors.
Frankly, we were so footsore and filthy that at this point a Premier Inn in a scruffy London suburb would have looked like the Chateau Marmont.
And at the end of a sunny, blustery, footsore day, the next surprise was just how big and comfortable the bed was.
Iam home again, weary and footsore but inspired, after spending a whirlwind two days at Maison et Objet
By mid-afternoon we were sick of the open road, footsore and fed up.
They troop in footsore double group-tour lines behind a woman holding aloft a pink umbrella.
We were footsore, hungry, forbidden to light fires, and on a hundred percent stand to--even although, as Grandarse, articulating with difficulty, pointed out, there wasn't a Jap within miles.
but loyal, footsore & wearied strangers who breathe my name like a
He tore a shoe off coming out of the stalls in the Derby and, not surprisingly, was footsore when he got home.
An outdoor cafe will provide the traditional choice of sol o sombra, and encourage residents and footsore tourists to enjoy the space in all weathers.
Light poured in through the high ancient windows as we stood together--tired, relieved, footsore and joyful.
What a peaceful island it represents in the concrete sea of downtown, providing respite for business travelers worn down by a day's labors or leisure guests footsore from sightseeing.