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bare feet

symbol of impoverishment. [Folklore: Jobes, 181]
See: Poverty
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Shared onInstagramunder the account, 'passengershaming', the picture shows the passenger putting his bare feet on the side of the entertainment screen in front of him.
But then he took a gas-guzzling private jet and helicopter to Sicily to give a climate change speech, hippy-stye in bare feet, to A-list luvvies at Google Camp.
TWO pals have completed a 16-hour hike up the Mourne Mountains and back - in their bare feet.
THE weather on Teesside has been pretty mixed of late, but when the sun is shining and you're out and about making the most of it, would you drive your car in flip flops, or even with bare feet? It might be just a short journey to visit a friend - in which case you might not bother putting your shoes on - or popping to the shop for a pint of milk in your thong sandals.
Votives burning oil and vows shatter beneath their bare feet.
Bare Feet by Margaret Dabbs launches at M&S Beauty Halls nationwide this week, from PS3.50
This Government will only believe there is such a thing as child poverty when some kids are running about in their bare feet.
Some six foot three in her bare feet Gwendoline stole the show in a fit and flare black skater dress by Ralph Lauren Collection Black while Erin was a vision in a white maxi, also the designer, with gold accessories and pulled back hair.
These wraps are threepart footwear systems designed to help get you through workouts requiring bare feet, such as yoga, Pilates, Barre, and dance.
The rusty nail taught me to watch where I put my bare feet. So did angry soldier ants and any number of vicious thorns, long or short, solid or paper thin.
plunged unto the fertilized sand Below our bare feet the road is full of