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bare feet

symbol of impoverishment. [Folklore: Jobes, 181]
See: Poverty
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She was in full-on heels and she was my height, when I was in my bare feet.
We would not recommend driving barefoot because you don't have the same braking force with bare feet as you do with shoes on.
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.
This Government will only believe there is such a thing as child poverty when some kids are running about in their bare feet.
Moroccan Ayoub El-Khazzani was led into the Palais de Justice in Paris yesterday blindfolded and with 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 by 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.
Mickela Mallozzi, a substitute instructor at The Ailey Extension, parlayed her passion for dance, music, and travel into a web series called Bare Feet.
At Cleats for Bare Feet (C4BF), the creative social project of greeNEWit—that collects boys and girls second-hand cleats (athletic shoes) and sporting equipment and sends them to disadvantaged youth all over the world— it is the opportunity to re-imagine what it means to give and receive a donation in the 21st century.
When they are ready, the tough 60 minutes of football begins played in bare feet with a burning coconut, which has been soaked in kerosene for two days, and up to four blazing coconuts are used in the game.