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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Ahmeti and Thaci still haven't set foot in Wild Municipality in Kumanovo after the events that took place on 9 and 10 May last year.
Before you set foot on Antarctica all your kit has to be micro-cleaned; you spend an hour cleaning your kit.
DEI), the biggest electric power company in Greece owned to some extent by the Greek government, is going to try again to set foot on the Macedonian market.
Going for a Walk GOING for a walk is becoming a hazardous chore It begins the moment I set foot out of the door Children on scooters,senior citizens too Then of course all that dog poo Lycra clad cyclists hurtling by Low hanging branches that poke in my eye Runners and joggers I have to avoid If I don't jump out of their way they get really annoyed Then there are the texters, oblivious to all I even saw one who walked into a wall Yes going for a walk is now a real pain Please can we have a pedestrian lane?
FORMER MANAGER: Alex McLeish was booed, and beaten before he had even set foot in the Aston Villa temple.
Summary: The Duchess of Cambridge set foot on Australian soil for the first time as she jetted home with the Duke.
Woori Bank wanted to set foot in India in 2007 but the global financial turmoil stalled its expansion plans, president and CEO Soon Woo Lee told the Indian newspaper with the help of a translator.
NAB follows in the footsteps of other big Australia-based banks which have set foot in India.
All week patients, doctors and nurses have been urging the minister to set foot in one of the war-zone A&E departments to see how grave the situation is with her own eyes.
If I was that couple I would not set foot on that racecourse again.
The group's members, in fact, will refuse to set foot in any of the affected parks "out of fear for their personal safety from those who will now be permitted to carry loaded and concealed weapons in such areas.
The next time you moan about your job, spare a thought for the men featured in this intriguing documentary series, who risk life and limb every time they set foot in their trucks and begin their arduous journeys across the frozen lakes in Canada's Northwest Territories.