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unshod

(ŭn-shŏd′)
adj.
Not having or wearing shoes or a shoe: unshod horses.
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The total body weight (kg) and height (m) were measured unshod and with appropriate clothing.
At the end of the day, the beachgoers stream out of the resort in groups, some wearing fashionable and colourful headscarves, others with their hair unshod, and a handful clad in the black abaya associated with pious Shi'a women.
Main features: this contract is for the realization of a work of mastery mission for repair work siding on the ground floor of the building Bethune of the CPAM of the Artois (rue Gaston Bethune 62400) unshod.
In 1938, about half of the nonworking were either held in penal barracks, deemed recidivist work refusers, or incapable of working because they were unclothed or unshod.
He was sentenced on the basis that he had not started the violence, but had, on the evidence of a witness, "kicked him, unshod, during the attack".
Contrast that with the description of her appearance prior to leaving Care Dallben as having "skinned knees, torn robe, and unshod feet" (10), and the superficiality of Taran's "love" for Eilonwy becomes more apparent.
He had vowed not to use footwear and went unshod till his death.
In a sense, Plato's Socrates has such a metaphoric ring, appearing as the often unpleasant, never elegant, always impoverished, unshod pursuer of people and wisdom while embodying justice.
A Holy City': enough stone to deal with every adulterer / enough learning to build the third temple / enough black to black out the new Jerusalem / enough leaping to alarm all Michals / enough sky to uncover seven more hills / enough hills to slaughter your only sons / enough honey to swarm the rolling dead / enough trees to cancel the curse of Gilboa / enough place-names to go unshod always / enough blows to unlock the eastern gate / enough light to break a painter's hands / enough
3) The deformity has been found in unshod populations, (24) and those that have transitioned from unshod or minimal shoe-wear to western style shoes have shown an increase in the prevalence of hallux valgus.
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