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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Meanwhile, Thoms is staying with a relative on Wearside after his bail conditions included a ban from setting foot in his own street, Auckland, Chester-le-Street, County Durham, without express police permission.
In the "adventure" category, she listed the Great Wall of China and setting foot on all seven continents.
She was spotted outside a music shop in Los Angeles but, by the look of her ill-fitting shirt, Britney would have been far better off setting foot in a boutique while she was there.
In one such project, he lived on the streets of Manhattan without setting foot indoors from September 1981 to September 1982.
Five years ago, the retailers mentioned above would never have considered setting foot in the inner cities.
While a gift of lingerie may seem appealing, sometimes even the strongest men will hesitate before setting foot into a world of ribbons and lace.
Current trends include allowing people to open accounts without setting foot in a branch and minimizing the exchange of paper for applicants and account holders.