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  • n. Plural form of footrest.

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Examples

  • Available with either the 500 or 800cc EFI engine and features like On-Demand AWD, rolled IRS, Active Descent control, and vibration-isolating handholds and footrests, the Touring models are a no-brainer for anyone looking to travel with a passenger on an ATV.

    Quad 2009 ATV Buyers Guide

  • Andy DeLisle/Wonderful Machine for The Wall Street Journal Bar nibbles in martini glasses Some theaters offer alcohol, luxury seats with armrests and footrests, blankets, pillows, or moist towels before the film begins — as well as chocolate mints afterward.

    Double Feature: Dinner and a Movie

  • It's a row of three seats that can be converted to a futon-like arrangement—the armrests can be stowed and solid footrests can be pulled up to the level of the seat, to create a flat cushion that fills the row.

    Airlines Promise: It Will Get Better

  • Each complex will sport theaters featuring 40 reclining armchair seats with footrests, digital projection and the capability to screen 2-D and 3-D movies, as well as a lounge and bar serving cocktails and appetizers, a concierge service and valet parking.

    Boing Boing

  • Located 45 minutes east of Salt Lake City, Deer Valley was always posh -- it was the first resort to put footrests on all its chairlifts, mountain hosts offer complimentary ski tours, and snowboards are still verboten -- but it just got posh-plus-plus-squared.

    Head 2 Head

  • I very often repurpose curbs, retaining walls, jersey barriers, lost 'Bump-its' and truck tires as footrests.

    The Dignity of Commuting by Bicycle: Cold-Blooded Murder

  • I, however, would make frequent use of intersection footrests.

    The Dignity of Commuting by Bicycle: Cold-Blooded Murder

  • For this reason, any intersection footrests would go unused.

    The Dignity of Commuting by Bicycle: Cold-Blooded Murder

  • I hope you have/had a chance to go there, I don't know if they have footrests with friendly thank you's ! but it's just beautiful like this one.

    It's BSNYC! It's Friday! It's Fun! It's a Qüiz! (Now with gratuitous umlaut.)

  • Its occupant was a vomit-covered, upside-down soldier whose head was between the footrests and legs were dangling askew up over the handles.

    Paradise General

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