INSTEP


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INSTEPIn-Space Technology Experiment (NASA)
INSTEPInternational Society of Technical and Environmental Professionals, Inc. (Tallahassee, FL)
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A partial thickness graft was harvested from the instep region of the sole of the foot.
Rep last 2 rnds 5 more times--56 (64, 72) sts rem: 28 (32, 36) sts each for instep and sole.
I re-beaded the name in the instep lane over the vamp from "Bob" to "Ken", using the same beads from the moccasins that had spelled "Bob" for more than 27 years, and renewed the original yellow ochre paint.
The firm said InStep's software complements Schneider's other information and asset management software offerings.
InStep's eDNA data historian software helps store and analyze synchrophasor data for more informed decisions to improve reliability.
As she walked away from the bus stop a cyclist riding on the pavement collided with her hitting her in the face with his forearm and also riding over her foot causing a nasty abrasion to her instep which resulted in a lot of pain.
Editorship of Instep, the weekly fashion magazine of The News, was one of the many hats worn by Fareshteh Aslam -- and perhaps one that has influenced all other responsibilities she has undertaken since.
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"She has lovely feet as it is but she has to make them smoother and stronger by developing the muscles in her calves, instep and toes.
Petrofac is already constructing two 'live' upstream plant training facilities, and a 'live' downstream facility to supplement existing facilities at the Institut Teknologi Petroleum Petronas (INSTEP) training academy.
He jogged back, reached the ball yards from the goalline, and attempted to bring it down with his instep.
Me, I generally dealt with it by aiming my peeries swiftly and hard at an instep.