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Footsie (FTSE)

Financial Times (FT)-Actuaries 100 index: in London. Has the stature of the Dow Jones Industrial Average or the S&P 500 in London.

FTSE 100 Index

An index tracking the 100 publicly-traded companies listed on the London Stock Exchange with the most market capitalization. Like many other FTSE indices, it is calculated in real time, with prices updated every 15 seconds. Each quarter, the FTSE reevaluates the companies tracked on the index and makes necessary adjustments to ensure that it represents the most highly capitalized companies. The FTSE 100 Index is considered a prime indicator of health in the wider market.

Footsie

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During the disposition, Gibbons also denied playing footsie with Mazzeo on the night of the alleged assault, because he was wearing cowboy boots, and he didn't tell her any raunchy jokes, because he isn't a good joke teller.
Referring to Mr Blair's weekend interview with Fern Britton, in which he defended his role, the civil servant has written in the Times: "This was a foreign policy disgrace of epic proportions and playing footsie on Sunday morning television does nothing to repair the damage.
Referring to Mr Blair's weekend interview with former This Morning host Fern Britton, in which he defended his role, the former prosecution chief wrote in The Times: "This was a foreign policy disgrace of epic proportions and playing footsie on Sunday morning television does nothing to repair the damage.
Referring to Mr Blair's weekend interview with former This Morning host Fern Britton in which he defended his role, the former prosecution chief wrote: "This was a foreign policy disgrace of epic proportions and playing footsie on Sunday morning television does nothing to repair the damage.
The book is a special book issue of the journal Ethical Space and is called Playing Footsie with the FTSE: The Great Crash of 2008 - Why Did Nobody See It Coming?
But neither, of course, can admit to playing footsie with the other.
For perspective, let's remember we're talking about students dressed up like animals here; this isn't serious big-time news like, say, a politician playing footsie in a bathroom stall.
Those who accuse GPUS of playing footsie with the Democrats should not be surprised.
Every restaurant will be crammed with smoochy couples dribbling over each other and playing footsie under the table.
Samuel Labarthe), who is playing footsie with her best friend.
And Chavez has gleefully thumbed his nose at Americans by befriending Castro, warming to Qaddafi and Saddam and playing footsie with the Colombian guerrillas.
The Bush administration treats terrorist states selectively by bombing some, like Afghanistan, and playing footsie with others, like Syria and Pakistan.