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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Witness Jaime Revuelta, who helped pull one of the bodies out of the water, said the kids were swept off their feet in an earlier incident.
Shortly before the incident, members of the same group had been swept off their feet and washed up disorientated on the shore, local surfers said.
Fishing boats were forced to find shelter, a furniture van was knocked over by strong crosswinds near the Tyne Tunnel and at least 12 people were literally swept off their feet.