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“INDIANAPOLIS - Colts cornerback Jerraud Powers is inactive for Sunday's AFC Championship game against the Jets, after he did not practice all week because of a left foot injury.”
“In a crumpled, beltless patrol jacket, carrying no weapon except his “Wand of Victory,” Gordon gazed sightlessly toward the political heart of the empire, arms almost folded, his left foot resting on a broken cannon.”
“The next week, while still in Saint Louis attending an event for one of my Alma Maters, I had to wear dress shoes and could hardly squeeze my left foot into the shoe.”
“Sitting in the tent doorway, I briefly checked the cuts on my left foot before cramming on my sopping-wet boots and lighting off to the downed tree once more.”
“In front of his father, Stu walked confidently across the carpeted floor, his left foot making a steady heel-to-toe movement.”
“Her hands were clenched fast on the raised arms of the stool, and her eyes were on the doorway, into which Brother Haluin lurched painfully on his crutches, his one serviceable foot sore with use and bearing him wincingly at every step, the blocked toe of his left foot barely touching the floor as a meagre aid to balance.”
“Pick your left foot up and place it in Tree Pose see step 2.”
“Norbert grasped the corner of the sarcophagus beside the Crusader's left foot and pushed hard.”
“The doctor who sought to assist George Gordon Byron into the world dislocated the bones of his left foot in the operation.”
“A giant with a gape-toothed grin knelt, hands clasped to help her mount; she put her left foot in them and swung into the saddle, and although she sat a tall horse, the giant's head was level with her own.”
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