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FEETFellowship of European Evangelical Theologians
FEETFair Elections for Every Texan (Independent Texans; Austin, TX)
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And then she confessed her entire sin, and the executioner struck off her feet with the red shoes, but the shoes danced away with the little feet across the field into the deep wood.
If you will allow me I will look at his feet; these loose scattered stones are confounded dangerous things for the horses."
It is enclosed by a wall of two feet high, and twenty feet distance from the buildings.
However, were the forty-four thousand eight hundred and forty-seven cubic feet of gas of which we speak, all introduced into the balloon, it would be entirely filled; but that would not do, because, as the balloon continued to mount into the more rarefied layers of the atmosphere, the gas within would dilate, and soon burst the cover containing it.
On the 4th of November fifty workmen commenced digging, in the very center of the enclosed space on the summit of Stones Hill, a circular hole sixty feet in diameter.
Perhaps a thousand feet from me the river broke, as it seemed, directly from the base of the cliffs, and as there seemed not the remotest chance for escape in that direction I turned my attention again toward the forest.
It is fifteen miles long, and seven hundred feet think.
The inhabitants, doubtless, were well acquainted with this, but strangers, who might approach in a hostile manner, and were ignorant of the curve of the causeway, would probably plunge into the lake, which is six or seven feet in depth at the least.
"Ay, but I lack feet," said Kaa; "and since this is the custom of all my people, I do not find it strange.
200 feet; it probably everywhere extends to this great chain, whence the well-rounded pebbles of porphyry have been derived: we may consider its average breadth as 200 miles, and its average thickness as about 50 feet.
As he no longer had any strength left with which to stand, he sat down on a little stool and put his two feet on the stove to dry them.
Twice Sir Nigel had been overborne, and twice Alleyne had fought over him until he had staggered to his feet once more.