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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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The dam settled about 20 feet after the 1971 Sylmar Earthquake, and water came within 4 feet of breaching the dam.
By doing these simple techniques and applying essential oils on a regular basis, you can begin to feel how your feet directly affect your entire body.
The first time I was asked to participate in the Holy Thursday ritual, to have my feet washed by the priest, I gave my feet a makeover.
This species often tops out above 200 feet and stumps have been found measuring 17 feet across, making its true potential well over 800 points
One painting near the front of the church illustrates the story of Mary wiping Jesus' feet with her hair.
numbness, tingling, or pain in the toes, feet, legs, hands, arms, and fingers
After a layoff, dancers should toughen up their feet gradually before resuming their full schedule, Hamilton says.
Diabetics living in the community are encouraged by their physicians to follow a rather extensive list of self-care guidelines, including daily inspection of their feet and the inside of their shoes, daily foot washing and, if needed, moisturizing, but many diabetics living in nursing homes are not physically or cognitively able to follow these guidelines.
To demonstrate this, campers will move their right front and right rear feet at the same time and then their left front and rear feet.
The feet must land slightly ahead of the hammer on its downward path, creating an ideal situation for increasing the hammer's velocity.
During exercise, the average person's feet can produce enough sweat to fill two 12-ounce soda cans a day, according to Peter Laight, a developer of the Breathing Foot at Pittards Leather Co.
To prevent foot problems, check your feet regularly - or, have them checked by a member of the family - and practice good foot hygiene.