little toe


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little toe

n.
The smallest and outermost toe of the human foot.
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"A little nip of skin came off my little toe," Rob explained.
Set the sole pattern aside and use the ruler to mark 3/4 inch beyond the big toe, middle toe, and little toe, and on the outside of the base of the little toe.
And there's no use in screaming at the telly, King Louis plans to welcome the little toe rag back with open arms.
Big Toe, Little Toe. Another good exercise to promote better carving is "big toe, little toe": try to think about pushing down on the big toe of your leading ski and the little toe of the trailing ski as you carve a turn.
Miami, FL, January 03, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Donna T., Florida resident and inventor, recently contracted invention assistance leader NewProductHelp.com to serve as the official marketing representative of her Little Toe Guard invention to industry.
"I've broken a little toe myself and it is painful but unfortunately he has broken one in the middle so it's in more of an awkward place.
While an extremely small little toe denotes a childlike nature, with playful sense of fun, the little toe pointing at an angle denotes unconventional nature, she said.
We saw that sometimes the little toe touches first and there is a roll over."
Haye has his own credibility issues following his lamentable points defeat to Wladimir Klitschko and subsequent attempts to blame the result on suffering a broken little toe.
The credibility Haye lost with his wide points defeat by Wladimir Klitschko 12 months ago - which he subsequently partially blamed on a broken little toe - will be shattered beyond repair should he lose to Chisora.
Earlier in the day, Angela had broken the little toe on her left foot.
You feared he wished to more than stamp on Haye's broken little toe.

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