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clog

light-weight shoe for patients with severe foot deformity (i.e. unable to use normal footwear) with an enclosed front but without heel counter; made from thermoplastic materials (e.g. expanded polyethylene); a sole block is cut to the shape of foot, the upper is moulded directly to the foot and glued to the sole block, the whole is covered in leather/leather substitute, and a rubber outsole is added
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Though only one clog could win the grand prize, the SCOTT(R) Clog Clinic could not let other solid entries go to waste.
The SCOTT Clog Clinic invites Americans to share their worst toilet clog disasters in the SCOTT "Share Your Cloggiest Moment" Contest.
Anne Lord, a member of the Collection Team said, "We have been given a lot of old clog making tools and equipment from the Walkley family, who have long been associated with the museum.
Ottawa plumbers from John the Plumber know exactly how to best treat any type of clog, depending on what caused it in the first place.
A spokesperson for Clarence House said: "The Prince was keen to see the craft of traditional Welsh clog making continued, and so was very glad to contribute to help ensure that Mr Owen could recruit an apprentice.
The transmitters feature a large, flush ceramic diaphragm that is abrasion and clog resistant.
Rebecca Adamson from Wall in Northumberland gained the Northern Counties Clog Dancing championship belt, defending the title from last year.
During the day, the girls sampled everything from hiphop and funk to clog and Morris dancing.
Leachate collection system design and clog development, in 6th Environmental Engineering Specialty Conference of the CSCE (7-10 Juny 2000).
Director Danny Kilbride said: "Over recent years there has been a significant rise in interest in Welsh traditional clog dancing with new groups starting up all over the country.
When the workshop of clog maker Thomas James at Solva in Pembrokeshire closed in 1963, no-one could have predicted that it would re-open almost 50 years later at St Fagans: National History Museum.
bar] ERAINT PARFITT is following in the footsteps of clog makers from more than a century ago and his equipment, methods and materials have changed very little over the years.