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little toe

n.
The smallest and outermost toe of the human foot.
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A further complication is that the nails of my little toes tend to grow quicker than any others and have an aptitude for mischief: they dig into the toes next door.
for stretching out, And feel gratitude to our little toes.
These could be the fastest Games in history - after track designers studied athletes' little toes.
This exploration provides detailed information concerning the centre of gravity, proprioception and the role of the little toes in helping performers maintain constant and effortless equilibrium and stability during performance.
FOR little toes these strawberry peep toe sandals, available in sizes 3-6 months, or 9-12 months, are pounds 2.50 at Store Twenty One.
And if so, will he be able to stave off that crimson blush that should surely flood over him from the crown of his head to his once-magical little toes?
[a] ** FOX, Mem (text) Helen Oxenbury (illus.) Ten Little Fingers' and Ten Little Toes Puffin, 2009 unpaged $16.95 bdbk ISBN 9780143503583
With 10 little fingers and 10 little toes, Parker suddenly became more than just a dream; he was a part of our family.
"It just makes you appreciate that he has got 10 little fingers and 10 little toes.''
From blisters, corns, and calluses to stress fractures and gout, those cute little toes can become a big headache.
Who can resist a baby's little toes? "We rely on them so much but they're often taken for granted.
After she left the studio, Lorraine showed the extent of the damage done to her feet as she wandered out in open-toed Birkenstock sandals that revealed her blistered and bandaged big and little toes.

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