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Castaic Dam is 340 feet tall and holds 323,000 acre-feet of water.
We were given our instructions and told to simply do as the priest did when he washed our own feet.
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.
Peripheral neuropathy causes either pain or loss of feeling in the toes, feet, legs, hands, and arms.
The shoes should be resized every three years, even as dancers move into their 20s, because feet tend to spread with age.
Others simply forget to look at their feet or can't see well enough to identify potential problems- problems that they perhaps can't feel because of peripheral neuropathy.
They jump ahead with their rear feet, landing on their front feet, and then pulling their rear feet forward on either side the front feet to push off again.
The acceleration phase can only be done when you have both feet on the ground.
Also, soggy socks and hot swollen feet inside tight-fitting shoes feel gross, and are a sure recipe for blisters -- water filled bubbles in the skin created by friction.
Improving the circulation of blood to the feet can help prevent problems.
At Majestic's Sunset Parkway Business Center, new tenant Sternschnuppe LLC, signed a three-year lease for 56,000 square feet.
At the end of the first quarter, there were 4,961,746 square feet of Class A space available versus 5,223,196 square feet last quarter.
He has to; as a diabetic for 20 years, the 70-year-old Hill has neuropathy, a common nerve disorder of diabetes mellitus that can lead to the loss of sensation in the feet and other parts of the body.
Instead of narrating a farewell meal, as do the Synoptic Gospel writers, John tells of another offering of sacrifice: Jesus washing the feet of his disciples.