running foot


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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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Andy Merz, owner of Frontier Deck Builders, in Eldersburg, Md., estimates her costs for vinyl, installed, at $40 to $50 a running foot. "That's 200% more than wood, if I'm doing my math right," she says.
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.
For a mere $114.85 (the bill is now thumbtacked above my aging bride's sewing machine), he tinkered at the back of the set, put up a new aerial, and at 9 cents a running foot ran in a new coaxial cable guaranteed to bring in stations from outer space.
Instead of efficiently disspating the impact that comes when a running foot hits the ground, the high-arched foot may be more prone to stress fractures or ankle sprains.
The refrigeration unit should be able to deliver up to 280 BTUs per hour in a 100 degrees F ambient temperature for each running foot of display case.
Most range from $16 to $28 per running foot, depending on height, style and especially thickness, with privacy fencing costing $27 to $32 per foot.
Under the proposed system, every watercraft would pay $3 per running foot. So registering a 16-foot motorboat that currently costs $25 every two years will cost $48 for the 2004-05 period, if the proposal is adopted.
Quarter-inch-thick roll cork in a 4-foot width costs about $5 a running foot at home centers and hardware stores.
"At the first break of dawn we were always up and running foot races to tone down excess of physical vigor and exuberance of spirits.
wide textured lap siding in cement costs 55 [cts.] per running foot vs.
Split-bamboo fences that roll up have long been available, and cost about $7 per running foot for a 6-foot-tall fence.
wide straight section shown costs $6.50 per running foot; the 45-degree curve costs $23.75 per section.