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Descriptive of a piece of material which is smaller than the specified dimensions; scant.
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The Barefoot World Atlas App is based on the hardback atlas published by Barefoot Books in 2011, which is already in its fourth printing.
Anand Anantharaman will be doing a number of Barefoot Mannat Runs in various cities in October, 2011.
Lieberman, a professor of human evolutionary biology at Harvard University, has become a cult hero of sorts for the growing popularity of barefoot running.
Feddema was a member of the First Baptist Church of Barefoot Bay in Barefoot Bay, FL.
They're the closest thing to being barefoot without being barefoot," the actor revealed.
There is no theoretical reason why barefoot runners are necessarily slower," he says.
This research suggests that running barefoot may have advantages over running with shoes on, though more studies are needed to determine whether or not barefoot running reduces the chance of injuries.
It's possible to ski with regular tow ropes and handles, but most barefoot skiers use ultra-strong, minimal-stretch Spectra ropes.
Available in three styles (Athletic, Casual, and Professional) and 36 models across 26 countries, MBT is the brainchild of Swiss engineer Karl Muller, who discovered that walking barefoot over paddy fields in Korea alleviated his back, knee, and Achilles tendon pain.
Not only does evidence suggest that walking barefoot strengthens the feet, it also suggests that wearing shoes weakens the feet.
The Barefoot project evolved when Sam sang It Just Won't Do, the Tim Deluxe hit on which she supplied the vocals, in the Live Lounge on Radio 1.