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a party or gathering for dancing

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a solid projectile that is shot by a musket

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the people assembled at a lavish formal dance

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a spherical object used as a plaything

United States comedienne best known as the star of a popular television program (1911-1989)

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a lavish dance requiring formal attire

the game of baseball

a pitch that is not in the strike zone

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form into a ball by winding or rolling

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Recommended for people with hammertoes, toe cramps, or pain in the ball of the foot.
Demonstrate the footprinting procedure, emphasizing the ball of the foot
Dananberg to avoid high heel hangover: -- Use a weight shifting insole to reduce the amount of pressure on the ball of the foot.
This is a great way to stretch the plantar fascia, that long tendon that runs along the plantar surface of the foot from the heel to the ball of the foot.
Fashionable high heels put pressure on toes and the ball of the foot, stretching and compressing tendons and ligaments into unnatural shapes.
Unlike the inside of a standard high heel that shifts all the stress and pressure on the ball of the foot, the Insolia technology redistributes the weight to the heel, where it is meant to be.
High heels squeeze the toes and put excessive pressure on the ball of the foot.
While a running shoe should provide overall shock absorption and optimal heel control, walking shoes should be lightweight and provide extra shock absorption under the ball of the foot to reduce tenderness in this area, as well as prevent heel pain.
At the same time, the right leg and hip provide a vertical/horizontal impulse through the ball of the foot.
To tap insiders, Robinson was renowned for dancing on the ball of the foot, in split wooden soles, and in perfect time.
Both women were under the impression that platform shoes aren't as bad for their feet as regular high heels, which pitch the foot forward and displace the weight of the body onto the ball of the foot.