But, whosoever goes into Marshalsea Place, turning out of Angel Court, leading to Bermondsey, will find his feet
on the very paving-stones of the extinct Marshalsea jail; will see its narrow yard to the right and to the left, very little altered if at all, except that the walls were lowered when the place got free; will look upon rooms in which the debtors lived; and will stand among the crowding ghosts of many miserable years.
Shire horses are usually on their feet within an hour of birth, but Bromford was too weak to find his feet
And former Celtic and Scotland defender Boyd reckons that puts pressure on the newly-appointed Norwegian boss to get it right as he tries to find his feet
The former Villa man's future now looks to be certain at Liverpool, as does Jordan Henderson's place, who was another big money buy that initially struggled to find his feet
at the club.
Deaker, who is one of the IRB's elite panel of international referees, will take charge of Wales' Six Nations opener against Ireland on February 4 and visits Cardiff to help him find his feet
in readiness for the Test match.
Hendry has struggled to find his feet
in the competition this year, and it remains to be seen how the heavy earlier defeat to Davis will affect his game.
But it's just as vital to form a good understanding and it's the chance for Greg Mackey to find his feet
Chris Wall's six-year-old had struggled to find his feet
in three outings this term, his best effort being an unlucky-in-running eighth to Temple Place at Haydock in May.
A 6-2 junior guard, Wolfe is also a top football player who is beginning to find his feet
on the basketball floor after scoring a career-high 20 points in a victory over Canyon last week.
Hibbert made the better start but by the midway point in the third Maynard was beginning to find his feet
The Liverpool forward is keen to find his feet
at club level again after injury, ahead of England's game with Spain at Villa Park later this month.
It took the colt an eternity to find his feet
on soft ground and he hung when under pressure, suggesting he will be a different proposition on a quicker surface.
Steve Marlet, an pounds 11million summer signing, took far too long to find his feet
ALAN KING rates Stoway quite highly, but the French import has been taking time to find his feet
since arriving at King's yard, and his 5-6 backers at Kempton yesterday must have been sorely disappointed with his performance.
The British number one appeared to be cruising to a last-eight meeting with Jerome Golmard as Bjorkman failed to find his feet
in the opening set.