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tootsies

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  • tootsies

paw

bottom

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to go on foot

to move rhythmically to music, using patterns of steps or gestures

to combine (figures) to form a sum

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a linear unit of length equal to 12 inches or a third of a yard

the lower part of anything

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the pedal extremity of vertebrates other than human beings

any of various organs of locomotion or attachment in invertebrates

travel by walking

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a member of a surveillance team who works on foot or rides as a passenger

an army unit consisting of soldiers who fight on foot

(prosody) a group of 2 or 3 syllables forming the basic unit of poetic rhythm

a support resembling a pedal extremity

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pay for something

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walk

add a column of numbers

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She also wanted them to foot the bill for a five star hotel," my mole tells me.
SCOTS taxpayers will not foot the bill for G4S's security failure.
The Stockton North MP said the MOD should "face up to its clear moral responsibility" and foot the bill for the disposal of the decaying ship, which for years was moored at Stockton riverside.
It has been suggested the BBC should help foot the bill for internet upgrades.
But network provider Orange has told the 20-year-old Uwic business student, originally from Milford Haven, he will have to foot the bill because it took him almost a day to report the theft.
These days, with in-vitro fertilization, there are almost no limits on who can have a baby so long as a deep-pocketed health care company is there to foot the bill.
Are they prepared to foot the bill every time they need a call-out by this organisation,or are they happy for the rest of us charity supporters to pay?
The Consumers' Association said shareholders should be forced to foot the bill for redress payments, rather than the money being taken out of the firm's withprofits fund.
While Regent is free to strengthen and expand its religious activities, it should not be free to ask the state to help foot the bill.
Ironically, million-dollar contributions from companies such as BP Amoco, General Motors, AT&T, and Microsoft helped foot the bill for the high-tech podium he stood upon.
The couple have also agreed to foot the bill for music biz pals to fly over from the massive Prince's Trust concert in Hyde Park which takes place on the same day.
The funds themselves, however, don't foot the bill.
One came recently when a federal court ruled that infertility would henceforth count as a disability, magically establishing a new requirement that employer health plans cover in vitro fertilization and other expensive treatments - and retroactively, too, since it may now be possible to demand that employers foot the bill for expenses paid privately years ago for therapies that can cost tens of thousands of dollars per couple.
For every large corporation that receives "welfare," there are hundreds of small businessmen and owners who foot the bill.
One in 20 of those on fixed rates admitted they had no idea how they would foot the bill in future.