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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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Closed-back clogs should also be sized the same way.
Then look into the trap to make sure there's no clog in the bottom.
When you consider that British clogs are quite distinct from other countries', I'mthe only one left in the world making them by hand," added Mr Owen, president of the Morris Federation.
Clogs are all brilliant musicians, Padma Newsome (violin) and Bryce Dessner, also core members of the up-and-coming The National, are matched perfectly by Rachel Elliott on bassoon and percussionist Thomas Kozumplik.
Hayes, of Brandeis University, reported that peanut oil does not clog the arteries of another species of monkeys as long as the oil is fed as part of a diet that contains about as much cholesterol as most people eat.
On the cover she's wearing a classic white shirt with ripped jeans and sporting SS10's musthave, Chanel clogs.
When you squeeze the lever and step on the foot pedal, the vibrating cable snakes slowly into the drain line to clean clogs.
The Books are a studio-based electronic group using samplers and sequencing, while the Clogs are a contemporary classical group using scores and improvisation.
This allows some of the sand and dust to blow by and not collect and clog the filter so fast.
Chemically induced platelet clogs disappeared in all animals given dark beer and did not recur, even when the dogs were again challenged with a platelet-activating compound.