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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Parham's firm provides much-needed administrative support, such as e-mail and database management, travel arrangements, scheduling, and customer-relationship management and support to a nationwide client base--virtually; she never sets foot in a client's office.
It analyzes and deflates the re-invention of the tradition of the "Freedom Principle" ("any slave who sets foot in France is free") in a compelling way.
It's a public policy issue that threatens the safety and security of anyone who sets foot in most large buildings, including the firefighters and police who are called to rescue someone in need of help.