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hallux

[′hal·əks]
(anatomy)
The first digit of the hindlimb; the big toe of a human.
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Overpronators frequently find calluses on the inside of their big toes or at the ends of their toes.
According to the experts, who tested replicas on volunteers, two artificial big toes - one found attached to the foot of an ancient Egyptian mummy, may have been used as artificial body parts in earlier times.
Place a thick rubber band around big toes and pull the big toes away from each other.
Clinical examination showed that both his big toes were swollen.
I have a problem with my big toes, which are bent towards the others, leaving an unsightly lump sticking out where my big toe joins the foot.
Two players park themselves on a toedium, yes that's what it's called, and when the ref shouts 'Toes away',they interlock big toes.
At the same time, roll your inner thighs toward one another and press down through the mound of the big toes.
Then point your toes and alternate touching the big toes to the floor until you complete sixteen alternations.
Stand with legs straight, feet parallel and big toes touching.