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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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"Our foot reconstruction may change, but the important point is the transitional nature of the bones we have now," Tobias remarks.
In glissade forward and glissade back, the foot that pushes off the floor must also come in toward the center line so both pointes are on the center line.
If the QB throws off his back foot, the ball will sail over the receiver's head.
From fifth back, the toes of the working foot move and curl back as the heel releases to come forward.
The right foot should drive to the middle of the circle and land on the ball of the foot in a "controlled stumble," preparatory to its 90-degree turn.
On pointe, when the feet are properly placed in a straight line from pointe-to-ankle-to-knee-to-hip and the body is lifted off the toes using the leg muscles, the student is strong enough not to injure the foot, ankle, back, or knee.
Let the discus trail behind the hips so that it is at shoulder level when the left foot touches down in front.
Dancers with disproportionately long second toes (a condition called "Morton's" or "Greek" foot) are particularly susceptible to stone bruises, and so are dancers with advanced bunions.
The average asking price of Class A space increased to $31.21 per square foot compared to $30.78 per square foot last quarter and $30.51 per square foot in the first quarter of 2004.
Beginners should know "how to mold the shoe to the foot so that it is workable."
When performed on one foot, the spine, and therefore the weight, shifts from the center and moves upward directly over the supporting pointe.
Average asking rent, responding to a drop in Class A space, decreased almost $1.00 per square foot to $26.10 per square foot.