front foot


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front foot

A method of describing or pricing commercial real estate by the number of feet of road frontage the parcel has.The drawback is that there is no widely recognized standard for depth,so a property selling for $1,500 per front foot might be half the depth of one selling for $2,400 a front foot,but no one can tell just from the price.

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"You always say to your players 'Come on be sure to be sure to get on the front foot and get the fans behind you'.
Kotoko started the second half on the front foot as they searched for the equaliser but Nkana stood firm as they mounted on a swift counter attack as Kampamba scored his second on the day.
"The first goal always plays a massive part in the game but we stayed positive and played on the front foot and tried our best to play our style."
Front foot, aggressive, really good football and we scored some fantastic goals."
We were right on the front foot in a crucial part of the game.
A slight twist on your front foot's toes should match a stomp into the ground and your
Boss Silva wants keeper on front foot in aggressive brand of football By PHIL KIRKBRIDE JORDAN PICKFORD has revealed Marco Silva wants him to act as Everton's sweeper as the Blues boss tries to employ an aggressive pressing style.
He said: "We were happy with the performance and it was about us being on the front foot. We knew the big game was against the Albanians and we wanted to get off to a good start.
Have your back foot elevated on a step, or whatever is there, and front foot as forward as you can so you have room to dip down.
"The game will ebb and flow and we just have to make sure we are aggressive when we go there and be on the front foot.
Summary: School takes a significant step forward through its partnership with Front Foot Sports