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- n. Plural form of shoe.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a particular situation
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The very day before Mr. Montenero was to leave town, without any conceivable reason, suddenly a cry was raised against the Jews: unfortunately, Jews rhymed to shoes: these words were hitched into a rhyme, and the cry was, "_No Jews, no wooden shoes_!"
I should also mention that the holes in these shoes are small enough to retain the shoes water resistency.
If you make shoes, how valuable is someone looking for ’shoes’?
I use the term "shoes" loosely: these were ankle boots, to be precise, fitting as snugly over the foot as string over a salami.
Buffett once said his job was so easy "a caveman could do it", but filling his shoes is about more than having a canny eye for picking stocks and buying companies.
Â A closet full of long boxes that could be used for her shoes is a testament to her patience.
Collecting laces specifically and building the shoes is also a very smart thing to do.
Tying my shoes is a challenging task, but most of my shoes don't fit anyway (ligaments stretch all over the body causing your feet to widen and/or lengthen).
With them the removal of the shoes is a confession of personal defilement and conscious unworthiness to stand in the presence of unspotted holiness.
Type in "shoes" to froogle and it could give you a second page that asks for your gender, or price range or size or intended use ...