heel tap

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heel tap

a reflex movement of the toes when the heel is tapped, present in multiple sclerosis and other diseases of the pyramidal tract.
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But his joke backfired when she saw red and lashed out with her high-heeled shoe, Grimsby Crown Court heard.
High-heeled shoes are thought to characterise femininity and beauty, making the wearer feel self-assured and elegant.
A 3-D SCAN OF A FEMALE FOOT IN A HIGH-heeled shoe might make a woman rethink that new pair of Manolo Blahniks.
CCTV footage showed Weir approach Jennifer from behind and hit her in the face with a high-heeled shoe. She was rushed to the town's Royal Alexandra Hospital for treatment and had four stitches inserted in a wound near her left eye.
A TEENAGER butted a pub window and used her high-heeled shoe to damage a parked car during a drunken rampage, a court heard.
One of the more humorous moments took place when drag queens came out in Mardi Gras costumes driving motorized, highly decorated high-heeled shoe floats.
The 26-year-old reality TV star must also pay PS1,350 in court costs and do 180 hours' unpaid community work for throwing her high-heeled shoe at Hannah Kelso in the House of Smith bar in Newcastle in July last year.
Gareth Thomas Gareth towers over Christian in matching rugby kits holding a ball and a high-heeled shoe
"Surely, matters of this kind would be best dealt with by a high-heeled shoe firmly placed on the miscreant's foot, a knee in his groin or a slap in his teeth" - Tory peer Lord Tebbit, describing the Lord Rennard affair as "a farrago of nonsense".
POLICE are trying to trace a taxi driver who gave a lift to a woman suspected of attacking another reveller with a high-heeled shoe.
A FLOATING sculpture of a boat in the style of a high-heeled shoe with netting for sails will be on show at Victoria Dock, Caernarfon.