foot run

foot run

1. Same as board measure.
2. A foot of length of any material.
References in classic literature ?
By the time that we reached the edge of the plateau the Greys were already half-way down the slope ending in the tongue of grass land that ran up into the bend of the mountain, something as the frog of a horse's foot runs up into the shoe.
"Now, if you're in Frederick, if you have a heart attack, if you get your foot run over by a dozer, you're a 45-minute ambulance ride away."
In this case, it contributed to LCpl Cole getting his foot run over.
To soothe the waters, I set about to construct a 25-foot-by-25 foot run to give them some space.
Well, maybe it's not as bad as having your foot run over by an M1 tank ...
Getting one's foot run over isn't supposed to be an all-expense paid ticket to fame, but for Brian Walker, it is.
SimMan also comes with a suitcase full of appendages and add-ons to simulate accidents, including a chest injured in a car accident and a foot run over by a lawn mower.
First, a very large circular building in the middle of the exhibition would, if vertical walls had been constructed, have provided a 1000 foot run of identical view to the visitor walking around it, giving a sense of monotony and exclusion from the dome itself...It was essential that there should be a constantly changing view around the perimeter.
For example, towns may have a perfect application for a cured-in-place pipe rehabilitation project, but a single 1,000 foot run, no matter how routine, just doesn't offer enough profit margins for a contractor to load up crews, drive 100 miles or more, pay for expenses, etc.
Heat 12 came to a halt on bend two when Auty appeared to have his foot run over by Worrall, with both riders falling, but it was the Tiger who needed medical attention to attend to his injuries after which he walked back into the pits.
The thing I was so happy to see wasn't the pit-man getting his foot run over.
The veneer used here--a blend of Veneto Hillstone and Fieldledge styles--is by Eldorado Stone (www.eldoradostone.com or 800/925-1491): cost per square foot runs about $5 for flat pieces and about $6.50 for corners.