from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An outward bend in any line of a diagram; a sharp change in the curvature of a line, making it bend outward.
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Peterson, 39, allegedly matched the description of the "" Duck Robber '' (named for his distinctive toe-out waddle) suspected of 15 robberies and a double rape.
And when open, the brake gives plenty of clearance for removal and replacement of wheels. no, the blocks are not toe-out ... just a funky camera angle
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