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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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Exempli gratis, your in-laws are coming into town and your kitchen sink clogs four hours before your big welcoming dinner.
8221; Many homeowners believe that they can fix minor clogs on their own.
Trefor Owen has been making clogs for 36 years and is one of only a handful of craftsmen in the UK still practising the art.
After the war he set up his own namesake clog company in Birkby in 1946, manufacturing safety boot clogs.
Trac, Wales' folk development organisation, is aiming to build a Clogell (literally clog cell) or a national collection of restored clogs available to be rented by groups or individuals wishing to run workshops and dance projects.
The programme will trace the history of the workshop and the tradition of making clogs, as well as giving the viewers an opportunity to see how the National History Museum records and safeguards some of our most important traditions.
From a simple sketch drawn in cardboard around the sole of someone's foot, he is able to craft within about a day a bespoke pair of clogs which last for many years.
Andrea Townsley founded the Clever Clogs Day Nursery in Belmont, Durham City, in 2007 and, due to its success, has purchased two new nurseries to cope with rising demand.
THE Clever Clogs nursery chain is expanding into Hartlepool and is set to triple in size after an investment of just under pounds 500,000.
There was huge demand for clogs in the fifties, from all the Syrian cities, even form the neighboring countries like Jordan, Egypt and Turkey.
If they pass, ``wooden shoes will go on,'' said project leader Jan Broeders, recalibrating machines so test clogs can be squeezed, bashed, scorched and dunked in fluids.