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- v. add a column of numbers
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He was over at the sea wall, magazine-posed with his back to the crowd, one foot up on the bricks, his coat over his left shoulder, held in place with the crook of a finger.
Ishmael came over to the fire where Aaron still sat with his swollen foot up on a hassock, the cribbage board laid out before him like the picked-at remains of an abandoned meal.
Exhale as you slowly curl your right foot up toward your right glute.
She hadn't changed, bar the rheumatics from which she could get relief only by cocking a foot up on the table — damned unnerving it was, to have her boot beside your cup, and a great lean shank in red flannel among the muffins. 9
Pammie lift one foot up on the swing and use the other to sort of push and make us go.
Pick your left foot up and place it in Tree Pose see step 2.