What are shoes?

  • (noun): A particular situation.
    Synonyms: place

Some articles on shoes, shoe:

Lyman Reed Blake
... an American inventor who devised a sewing machine for sewing the soles of shoes to the vamp of the shoe ... Singer Corporation, setting up sewing machines in shoe factories ... for his sewing machine for helping attach the soles of shoes to the upper of the shoe ...
Barefoot - Laws
... hippies arguing that health regulations required that shoes be worn ... and other establishments without shoes ... State and local laws may also dictate when and where an employee must wear shoes ...
Barefoot - Health Implications
... Feet that have never worn shoes never exhibit problems such as bunions, corns, and 'fallen arches', as well as having a much reduced incidence of problems such as ... A 2006 study found that shoes may increase stress on the knee and ankle, and suggested that adults that walked barefoot may have a lower rate of osteoarthritis, although more ... They concluded that, prior to the invention of shoes, humans overall had healthier feet ...
Sneaker Collecting
... collecting is a hobby often manifested by the use and collection of shoes made for particular sports, particularly but not limited to basketball and skateboarding ... and his eponymous Air Jordan line of shoes released in 1985, and the growth of hip hop music ... The boom of signature basketball shoes during this era provided the sheer variety necessary for a collecting subculture, while the Hip-Hop movement ...
American Football Protective Equipment - Shoes
... Spiked shoes called "cleats" are worn on grass, with removable, screw on cleats ... Flat bottomed shoes, called "turf shoes," are worn on astro-turf ...

Famous quotes containing the word shoes:

    You know, I have a method all my own. If you’ll notice, the coat came first, then the tie, then the shirt. Now, according to Hoyle, after that the pants should be next. There’s where I’m different. I go for the shoes next. First the right, then the left. After that, it’s every man for himself.
    Robert Riskin (1897–1955)

    Light she was and like a fairy,
    And her shoes were number nine;
    Percy Montross, U.S. poet. Oh, My Darling Clementine (attributed to Montross)

    If a child is feeling disappointed, angry, or afraid about something, you can be sympathetic and understanding. But you don’t need to get into your child’s shoes and become disappointed, angry, or afraid yourself. Parents help by standing by their children, not by taking over their children’s moods and feelings.
    Saf Lerman (20th century)