instep


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Words related to instep

the arch of the foot

the part of a shoe or stocking that covers the arch of the foot

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InStep Software is a leading provider of real-time performance management and predictive asset analytics software products and solutions.
Medium thickness plantar skin graft was taken from instep area taking care not to expose the subcutaneous fat leaving behind a very thin white glistening layer of dermis, so as to avoid healing problems at donor site.
With utilizing a roundhouse kick and the instep portion of their feet, each subject struck a Century[c] Wavemaster type freestanding water-filled base and core heavy bag.
12] used the cross-foot island instep flap to manage persistent graft breakdown which involved skin-grafted muscle flaps transferred previously to the heel in 3 patients with high velocity foot injuries.
The players were asked to perform inside and instep kicks as powerful as possible using their preferred legs, to the center of the goal, which was located 11 meters in front of them.
A single identified fault has proven to save a power plant over $500,000; one InStep Software customer realized a five-to-one ROI in the first year of utilizing PRiSM.
Right now I am able to play with the inside of my foot but my instep will be okay for Monday.
InStep Software, a provider of real-time software systems and solutions, today announced that Progress Energy has implemented its PRiSM software to support Progress Energy's Centralized Performance Monitoring initiative.
The Chicago Reader's parent company sold the Chicago building to a company called Instep Ventures* and the shareholders are hanging on to the property in D.
The Integrated Services Training and Products or Instep initiative offers an integrated design service to small to medium-sized businesses developing products and services for the health sector.
Suddenly she stops and shows a simple tendu, pausing to savor the power of the instep.
For example, on a slant to the defender's right, his weight should be on the instep of his left foot.
It is ADA compliant, with an instep hydraulic wheelchair lift, and secured positions for two wheelchairs.
Most women have flat feet, and most shoes are constructed from a high instep mold," explains Joseph, who is also flat-footed.
Lowe left the game following the sixth inning, during which he turned his left ankle when he stepped in a small hole on the side of the mound and then took a line drive from Mike Cameron off the instep of the same foot.