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- One Foot or one foot may refer to: a single Foot (unit) Unipedalism, the condition of having only leg or one foot. "One Foot", any variation of a snowboarding...
- term "single-foot" refers to an intermediate ambling gait, sometimes alternately called the rack or paso largo, where the horse lifts each foot up separately...
- implies, the lyric "6 foot, 7 foot, 8 foot bunch".) "6 Foot 7 Foot" is the first single off The Carter IV. The track is the first single Lil Wayne recorded...
- po****tion. It also exhibits a four-beat ambling gait known as the "single-foot". Originally developed as a multi-purpose riding, driving and light draft...
- Pronation is a natural movement of the foot that occurs during foot landing while running or walking. Composed of three cardinal plane components: subtalar...
- skiapods, skiapodes) are mythological dwarf-like creatures with a single, large foot extending from a leg centered in the middle of their bodies. The names...
- right foot for various purposes. It is the foot equivalent of handedness. While purposes vary, such as applying the greatest force in a certain foot to complete...
- mechanisms. A sewing machine might have a single walking foot, or two walking feet with alternating action. A walking foot may be combined with another feed mechanism...
- standard twenty-foot containers have a gap of three inches which allows a single forty-foot container to be put on top. The forty-foot containers have...
- vocals). A Foot in Coldwater is best known for the song "(Make Me Do) Anything You Want", which was a Canadian hit single in 1972 and 1974. A Foot in Coldwater...
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