running foot

running foot

[′rən·iŋ ′fu̇t]
(graphic arts)
A title that appears at the bottom of almost every page of a book or magazine, such as the title of a chapter, a section, or the publication.
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After the event, Freedom Innovations and Ossur have each donated a running foot and componentry to be raffled to two winners.
Whether it's a $2,500 grant for a handcycle, helping underwrite a carbon fiber running foot not covered by insurance, or arranging enthusiastic encouragement from a mentor who has triumphed over a similar challenge, CAF's mission is clear: give those with the desire to live active, athletic lifestyles every opportunity to compete in the sports they love.
The key to pruning is to prune the density down to the point where at the base the row is no wider than a foot," says Wildung, "and within that row continue to prune out the weakest canes so you get down to a density of eight to 10 caries per running foot of row.
Anyone owning land that abuts a rail bed can ask to lease the state-owned portion on the lake side for $25 a running foot, paid annually, for a period of five years with a possibility of renewal.
When we work in the street, it costs anywhere from $100 to $250 a running foot to replace a water line," he said.
The small suppliers Shamblin uses don't stock vinyl railing systems, and it would be impossible for him to install it at less than $35 a running foot and still make his margin.
6 gm of the above combination per running foot of 3/8 in.
Grants are based on $500 per running foot that faces the street and are disbursed afar the work has been completed.
The cost is about the same as a traditional ramp, or about $25 per running foot," explained Mr.
50 per running foot from Tradewinds Bamboo Nursery, 28446 Hunter Creek Loop, Gold Beach, OR 97444; (541) 247-0835; bambugib@harborside.
Usually, either a running head or a running foot is sufficient.
Figure the most economical, waste-free way to buy lumber: for 4' infill boards, buy 8' 12', or 16' boards--whichever is cheaper per running foot, not 10s or 14s, which would leave two feet of waste.