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  • Toaster, oh so many fond memories of people walking around on my ceiling ... you can't really yell at people for walking on their own floors, but hard-soled shoes on hardwood floors are NOT COOL.

    Archive: Oct 08 - Mar 09

  • Ties and hard-soled shoes were rarely seen in either office, unless one of them had to appear in court.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • Today Doe gave me hard-soled, high-button shoes; they pinched my toes at first because I did not have them on the right feet.

    Eliza’s Freedom Road

  • I returned my hard-soled shoes back to under her bed.

    Eliza’s Freedom Road

  • I am grateful to Doe, who gave me my first pair of hard-soled boots.

    Eliza’s Freedom Road

  • Instead, men are hitting the streets in hard-soled, heeled slippers, using them to add an insouciant flavor to shorts, cropped pants, jeans and full suits.

    How Going Outside in Slippers Became Cool

  • She often wears hard-soled, clunky-sounding shoes, which make it all the worse.

    Godzilla Is My Upstairs Neighbor: New York During the Recession

  • They flow noisily around me in their standard-issue hard-soled shoes.

    Veracity

  • Her hard-soled shoes made clunking noises on the metal stairs.

    My Sweet Audrina

  • According to another study, people in expensive cushioned running shoes were twice as likely to suffer an injury — 31.9 injuries per 1,000 kilometers, as compared with 14.3 — than were people who went running in hard-soled shoes.

    You Walk Wrong « Isegoria

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