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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Still, scores lost blackened toes and even whole feet to frostbite and trench foot.
Trench foot is a foot disease caused by long exposure to cold, wet and unsanitary conditions.
Symptoms of trench foot include redness, swelling, numbness, blisters, and breaks in the skin.
Should it rain the choice is between trench foot and wet rot.
Another team member worries they've got trench foot.
However, jungle life is taking its toll - one of the celebs is suffering from mosquito bites, while another has trench foot.
It will give visitors an insight into the Victoria Cross winners William Ratcliffe, John Davies and Noel Chavasse and look at how soldiers had to endure rats, lice, cockroaches, trench foot, as well as being battered by the elements.
In another such incident, she was attacked by monkeys and got trench foot because of prolonged exposure to damp.
But the number of prisoners was not the only surprising element to the war - the cold weather and trench foot proved to be problematic.
IT is ludicrously weather-dependent, as anyone who was there on Saturday or Sunday will testify if they have got over the trench foot yet, but going to the Open is a unique and very special way to view top-class sport.
Personally I think the physical effect ends at your nipples sticking out although given the reality of UK weather I am prepared to accept drivers are also in danger of contracting trench foot.