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instep

the middle section of the human foot, forming the arch between the ankle and toes

instep

[′in‚step]
(anatomy)
The arch on the medial side of the foot.
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I can't stop to measure insteps on algebra days; I've noticed your habit of keeping a foot in the aisle ever since you had those new shoes, so I don't wonder it was stepped on.
There was once a little girl who was very pretty and delicate, but in summer she was forced to run about with bare feet, she was so poor, and in winter wear very large wooden shoes, which made her little insteps quite red, and that looked so dangerous!
s Aunt rubbed her esteemed insteps with her umbrella, and vindictively glared.
Set-up rnd 2 With MC and RS facing, beg at left side of heel flap next to instep sts, pick up and knit 12 (13, 14) sts along left side of heel flap, k9 (10, 11), pm for new beg of rnd--70 (78, 86) sts total: 28 (32, 36) sts for instep, 42 (46, 50) sts for sole.
The thunderbird design on the instep is a modified version of a design found on a 1890s pair of Cheyenne moccasins from the Robert L.
InStep provides two primary real-time performance management and predictive analytics software solutions.
At the conference, InStep Enterprise Infrastructure Architect Louis Guiamatsia will discuss “Increasing Power Grid Stability and Reliability with Enterprise Historians for Synchrophasor Data Management.
She has worked for prestigious publications such as Instep and Xpoze magazine.
No need now to put up with it or resort to the heel on the instep, far less the boiling drink.
As a part of InStep , the company's Global Internship Program, Infosys has hosted 88 interns from UK since 2004, of which 18 students have interned with Infosys in the last year.
Post release the palmar defects were covered primarily using medium thickness plantar skin graft from foot instep.
Protective sparring gear in Olympic TKD consists of soft foam head gear, forearm and shin pads, instep pads, lightly padded gloves, a mouth guard, dense foam thorax/abdomen guard (hogu), and a groin protector.