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It is 66 feet tall, and its reservoir holds 1,100 acre-feet of water.
Only 83 feet tall, the Cat Island baldcypress has a nearly 54-foot circumference that inflates its score to a whopping 748 points.
Mary pours out her love for Jesus by pouring on his feet a costly perfume, an extravagant and scandalous act.
To prevent foot problems, check your feet regularly - or, have them checked by a member of the family - and practice good foot hygiene.
The second foot is brought immediately to the floor, toes first, and makes a clean, precise fifth position plie with heels forward and the weight on the balls of the feet.
The knees are flexed and the body bent at the waist with the weight over the balls of the feet.
Whether the Lakers achieve dynastic status may well rest on the health of their collective feet.
Two suburban office properties totaling 116,000 square feet in Tampa, Florida.
Case recommends diabetics have primary-care physicians routinely inspect their feet.
Hamilton recommends that dancers soak their feet in the bathtub every two weeks and rub the calluses down with a pumice stone.
Neuropathy can affect nerves throughout the body, causing numbness and sometimes pain in the hands, arms, feet, or legs, and problems with the digestive tract, heart, and sex organs.
Their hands are their front feet, and their knees are their rear feet.
Vigilance helps prevent complications with diabetic residents' feet
Keys to the first turn: Keep feet, knees, hips, torso, arms, and head all moving together in sync with the whole hammer system.