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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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VILLA fans weren't the only ones swept off their feet by the impressive victory over Chelsea - just ask Martin O'Neill
He was out walking on the site near the Marsh Moss Lane area of Burscough with his wife Jean and their two black Labrador dogs when they came within a hair's breadth of being swept off their feet and injured when a twister whirled in over the surrounding fields and took them unawares.
Witness Jaime Revuelta, who helped pull one of the bodies out of the water, said the kids were swept off their feet in an earlier incident.