Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop

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Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop

The act or process of waiting for an impending decision or announcement. For example, an investor may wait for the other shoe to drop if he waits for an earnings announcement before deciding to buy.
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The owners have kept the heavy machines for shoe-making as remnants of a glorious past and these are now conversation pieces in the charming restaurant, along with other memorabilia of their shoe making business.
The Shoe Caravan and Mega Shoe Sale 2013 brought quality, stylish and affordable shoes to different areas of Metro Manila from October 2013, according to the Marikina City government it will until January 14, 2014.
In commenting on their new sales promotion, as well as Nicolas Hunter's eye-catching before and after photo demonstration, company president, Johnny Pak, said, "We are extremely happy to offer this big savings event to our customers because we know from experience that once a client sees the remarkable results from wearing our height increasing shoes they almost always want more than one pair.
In their first year their feet will grow about 25mm (three whole English shoe sizes), about 16mm each after that until aged five then about 8mm every year until their mid teens.
In a trail shoe, you'll find protection in the form of a flexible plastic plate so, for example, a rock doesn't come up through the bottom of the shoe.
Shoe Shape: "Semi-curved"--The bottom of semi-curved shoes have a slight curve toward the midline.
Through Leticia and the growing interest he was seeing in the shoes she wore, Willingham had slowly come to understand something few men ever do -- the obsession of many women with what they wear on their feet.
Three years ago, however, Joseph, 29, decided to fulfill a designing passion she developed at 6 years old and launched Samanta Shoes with her husband, Kelvin, a CPA.
At the Global Shoes Factory, kids can see how shoes are designed and produced around the world.
The single-nip shoe press is here to stay," said John Norman, application manager-packaging and Billy Summer, application manager-printing and writing for Weavexx, Youngsville, North Carolina, USA.
He has also spent many years working a few days a week in his local running shoe store, where it seems that in the course of fitting and advising customers he has come across nearly as many public misconceptions about running shoes as he has feet.