Then he endured a second operation to lengthen his heel cords so he can finally stand flat-footed
Prominent in the early stages, he was caught flat-footed
when the pace quickened half a mile out but he finished with a real zest.
Mr Phillips said: "The council seemed to have been caught flat-footed
by this incident and didn't appear to have a plan in place to deal with it.
He was left flat-footed
for the first - a looping header - and then completely mis-kicked when attempting to clear Gary Neville's back-pass.
That was the day we were sucker-punched, flat-footed
, after our president spent a month vacationing in Texas instead of heeding intelligence warnings about Osama bin Ladin.
Most women have flat feet, and most shoes are constructed from a high instep mold," explains Joseph, who is also flat-footed
Nevertheless, a painting like Celebes, from 1921, which is exemplary of Ernst's immediate postwar period, while too weird and formally powerful to be considered derivative, still exists comfortably within the sign-painterly style that cuts an arc from de Chirico through Magritte to Kahlo and, later, Picabia, in all of whose hands this flat-footed
idiom was put to telling use.
Women also tend to land more flat-footed
and with straighter legs than men do.
and inexperienced, Braddock earned three dollars for losing the four-round fight to Tommy Hummel.
I was almost flat-footed
, my legs looked bent even when standing with my heels pressed into the floor and my muscles flexed rock hard.
7 mph, smooth, stable, flat-footed
performance and quick cycle times are taken in stride.
Phil Mitchell -- who had earlier gone close when Belper keeper Steve Cherry palmed behind his long range shot -- scored the goal, his shot catching Cherry flat-footed
after it took a deflection.
Insistence on flat-footed
categorization by geography is one of the great flaws of the mighty atlas.
The cross was provided by Adam Arkell who scored the second himself after pouncing on a fine through ball from Craig Hutchinson to leave the Bluebirds defence flat-footed
She was a bit flat-footed
when they kicked three out, but David [Kinsella] was always confident he was going to get there.