ANTHROPOLOGISTS, who are celebrated for their corduroy jackets, penetrating observations, fallen arches
, premature baldness and a liking for apple-crumble, have charted mankind's progress from the primeval slime to reality TV shows.
My daily routine, coupled with fallen arches
, stops me from wearing my favourite shoes.
Your all-conquering English champion would mutter something about "always hated losing", and laugh a little sheepishly or stare manfully into the middle distance, as if the will-to-win was a lifelong affliction on a par with fallen arches
Unlike the pied plat of French, however, the flatfoot of American English means a police officer and refers not to stealth, but rather to the fallen arches
of one who walks a beat.
Thanks for the feedback on my April 15 column on the decline of the McDonald's brand ("Fallen Arches
The footplate would decrease pronation (flatfeet or fallen arches
) and decrease forefoot compensations (in your daughter's case, toe pointing inward) and the need for a toe strap.
Equal parts screwball comedy and neo-classic Greek tragedy, "Fallen Arches
" is yet another riff on the mob.
My fallen arches
are a living testimony to how important it is to wear the appropriate footwear when hunting in rugged terrain.
He developed fallen arches
to the extent that they fell so far as to disappear completely.
* Fallen arches
? McDonald's may have fallen on some operational hard times in recent years.
He adds that more and more consumers are utilizing foot care products on a regular basis, not just when they have fallen arches
or heel problems.
Some aches and pains, such as corns, bunions, fallen arches
and heel spurs are easily recognizable as problems directly associated with foot abuse or maladies.