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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Keloid was excised and the defect covered with plantar instep graft.
With addition of the instep guards, male fighters continued to have a modest reduction in strike acceleration to the thorax model.
12] used the cross-foot island instep flap to manage persistent graft breakdown which involved skin-grafted muscle flaps transferred previously to the heel in 3 patients with high velocity foot injuries.
The players were asked to perform inside and instep kicks as powerful as possible using their preferred legs, to the center of the goal, which was located 11 meters in front of them.
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We are very pleased to have such a key role in supporting this initiative," said InStep Software President John Kalanik.
Most women have flat feet, and most shoes are constructed from a high instep mold," explains Joseph, who is also flat-footed.
Lowe left the game following the sixth inning, during which he turned his left ankle when he stepped in a small hole on the side of the mound and then took a line drive from Mike Cameron off the instep of the same foot.
You can also use small circular movements on the heels and up the instep.
The liner has two adjustable hook-and-loop straps across the instep for a custom fit.
A running shoe should fit like a sandal with a snug heel, a strap across the instep and wiggle room for your toes.
The instep is made of a lower density fiber and snugs closer to the foot for support.