front foot


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front foot

A method of describing or pricing commercial real estate by the number of feet of road frontage the parcel has.The drawback is that there is no widely recognized standard for depth,so a property selling for $1,500 per front foot might be half the depth of one selling for $2,400 a front foot,but no one can tell just from the price.

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Head of PE Tim Harding and Project Front Foot founder Vic Mills used to play cricket together and the friendship has led to the current arrangement.
They were always on the front foot from then on and found themselves 10-0 up at half time.
We're about being on the front foot and having that courage to play with freedom but also with a structure.
It is incorrect to suggest the umpires aren't watching the front foot landing, and it is incorrect to suggest that the umpires are not talking to the bowlers.
Second half we had momentum, we played on the front foot.
Modern trainers with thick heels makes it more difficult for the kids to run more naturally by using the front foot, the Independent reported.
Blackburn began the second half on the front foot and Grant had to claw Jason Lowe's header away.
Ian Black 5 Struggled all day to get on the front foot.
He obviously thrives a lot more on the front foot than the back foot.
MANUFACTURERS started 2012 on the front foot after figures today showed the sector expanded at the fastest pace since last March.
Remember to put the weight on the front foot and slide the weightless foot backward," said Rome.
The injury to the Godolphin colt was discovered on Tuesday, but he was sound yesterday on his left front foot and able to exercise.