front foot


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front foot

A foot measured along the front property line.
References in classic literature ?
With his teeth, he bit off the paw of his front foot and threw it at that poor beast, so that he might have something to eat.
Ysgol Eirias has teamed up with charity Project Front Foot to donate cricket bats, stumps, pads and balls for under-16s children living in impoverished areas of Mumbai.
Ebchester started the game brightly and were on the front foot from the off.
And after naming Philippe Coutinho, Adam Lallana (above), Jordon Ibe and Divock Origi in a four-man front line that will take the game to their French opponents, Rodgers is determined to put his side on the front foot.
THE International Cricket Council has no plans to ask TV umpires to assume responsibility for front foot no balls despite last week's Ashes controversy.
Rev the engine: Standing with feet together, lunge back with front foot fully on floor and knee above ankle, back foot with heel off floor and straight leg.
This has to do with how we transfer our weight onto our front foot.
BLUES must get on to the front foot from the start - and stay there.
London, Sept 12 ( ANI ): Scientists have revealed that old-fashioned plimsoll shoes with flat soles are better for children's feet than modern cushioned trainers because they teach the young people to learn to run using their front foot.
The game began with the visitors on the front foot.
Chris Jardine 7 Always keen to play creatively off the front foot.