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a policeman who patrols a given region

a foot afflicted with a fallen arch

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Jamison told me clogging-which is similar to flatfooting but performed by a group on stage--began in North Carolina and came into its own as a dance form in the 1940s and '50s, an era when local schools displayed dancing and basketball trophies side by side.
The ball struck Hasselbaink and then cannoned off Charlton defender Talal El Karkouri before flatfooting goalkeeper Dean Kiely and rolling in.
To top it all the wonderful Kick Start Appalachian Dancers and musicians will shake the snow loose at regular intervals with their high-energy flatfooting routines.
They are fine musicians and recognised as two of the finest exponents of flatfooting dance in both the UK and USA.
As his musical feet, Pete has mastered the art of Appalachian flatfooting as percussion accompaniments to his songs.