foot length

foot length

[′fu̇t ¦leŋkth]
(anthropology)
A measure of the distance from the heel to the longest toe of the left foot, when the subject stands with the weight evenly distributed on both feet.
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Rutishauser, in an article published in 1968 had showed that it is possible to estimate stature from the foot length.
We found that when they crawled on a horizontal surface, foot length was positively correlated with pedal wavelength and crawling speed, but was not correlated with wave frequency.
Materials and Methods: Measurements of body weight, stature, foot length and breadth as well as hand length and breadth were taken from 400 randomly selected students in Al Baha University aged 19-22 years (290 male and 110 female).
Up to the age of nine years old the ratio of foot length to shoulder height is 5.
The number of plantar tubercles and the ratio of tail length:hind foot length from field-collected specimens was also recorded.
Prosthetic feet have many features, including energy storage and return, hysteresis, effective foot length (anterior moment arm), and general stiffness properties.
Selected foot length ratios in a non-pathological sample
Instead of the present plan, an alternative expansion of the Javits Convention Center on free, publicly owned, immediately available, air rights over Twelfth Avenue could add 250,000 s/f of additional floor space to each of the three existing exhibition levels of Javits (1,000 foot length of Javits x 250 foot Twelfth Ave.
One more student was asked to come up and hold a 2-1/2 foot length of string stretched out to represent the nine-banded armadillo common to our area.
After participants dried their feet, their foot length, arch length, and foot width were measured using the Brannock device while they stood on both feet.
The line features two-piece, 6 foot length display poles that are stocked in three diameters.
The slot die is mounted on a three axis bracket for precision positioning and the spray head is mounted on a rail assembly that may be moved across a 10 foot length.