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laces

positive shoe gear-retaining medium; reduces unwanted foot movement against inner surface of shoe; laces should be tightened from distal to proximal with ankle joint in 45° dorsiflexion and hindfoot well seated into heel area of shoe, in order to minimize shoe pressure on toes; shoe facings should fit foot snugly (shoe tongue may require pad to prevent overlap of facings and prevent trauma to dorsal tissues)

laces

a term describing white marking on the legs in cats.
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First Farm in the Valley, Anna's Story" is a Latsch Valley Farm book, set in western Wisconsin in the 1870's, when Polish settlers combined with folk from Norway, Germany, and other countries emigrated to begin profitable farming in Wisconsin.
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Joseph Latsch, 17, of Harrison, a senior at Chattanooga Central High School, reorganized and catalogued his high school sheet-music library.
Because the threat of terrorism is so high, it is imperative that those who wish to see terrorism destroyed study and understand its history, its makeup, its means and methods," according to security expert Jim Bullough- Latsch of 4Terrorism.
Customer inquiries should be directed to Jim Hohman, Vice President for GenCorp's Paper Business (330-628-6582) or Uwe Latsch, Director of Marketing for PolymerLatex's Paper Business (49-2365-496521).
Stairstep Farm: Anna Rose's Story" is book from the beloved 'Latsch Valley Farm Book' series written from the author's family life history about a Polish family who settled to farm in Western Wisconsin, in the Latsch Valley.
Dorffel Y, Latsch C, Stuhlmuller B, Schreiber S, Scholze S, Burmester GR, et al.
But the engine is what's going to carry this vehicle across the United States," Latsch said, adding that it was amazing for a 91-year-old vehicle to be driven cross-country.
The race started in Oberstdorf, running over alpine routes through Austria and Switzerland and finishing in Latsch in Italy.