The pair he was wearing were worn down at the heel
from weeks on the campaign trail.
Which is why, when we start to feel down at the heel
, we'll still hoof it over to Jim the Shoe Doctor and visit owner Mike Summers.
You must have noticed how alarmingly bedraggled and generally down at the heel
some of the AMs have been looking recently as they eke out their coppers in a constant struggle to make ends meet.
Instead of walking on the tips of her toes like a ballerina, she's down at the heel
- a sure sign of trouble.
Now he's lifting the lid on who's top-to-toe perfect and who's down at the heel
in a new book called The Sole of a Shoemaker.
Recently it has gotten a bit down at the heels
, and the area developed a reputation for a high rate of crime along its poorly lit streets.
I thought he was down to earth, but later he turned out to be someone who was down at the heels
and down and out.
My boots have come to the end of their day, Down at the heels
and soles worn away, Holes appear in paper thin soles now, To buy a newpair I do not know how, My last fewbob has gone on the lottery, There are many families just likemine, Speculate to accumulate is the onlyway, Hoping for a big win to say 'goodbye rainy day', When I hear I had clicked on lottery, I rushed to the shops formuch needed goods, This bigwin will not changemy way of life, But itwill make it easier forme andmy wife.
6) Historic storefronts give Hilo a distinctive look, but one finds the city a bit down at the heels
Although Frumkin characterizes the hotel at that time as being "rather down at the heels
, "Saul remembers it as ritzy and impresive.