Shoe part

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Possible Answers: TOE, SOLE, ARCH, LAST, LACE, HEEL, TREAD, EYELET, UPPER, INSTEP, CLEAT, INSOLE, VAMP, WELT, TONGUE, TOECAP, INNERSOLE, INSE, WALLTOE, TECAP, OUTERSOLE.

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Random information on the term “TOE”:

Toe, stylised as toe is a Japanese rock band from Tokyo. While mentioned in many post-rock circles, their song structure and dynamics are also similar to many popular math rock artists. The group was founded in 2000 and consists of four members; Kashikura Takashi (drums), Mino Takaaki (guitar), Yamane Satoshi (bass guitar), and Yamazaki Hirokazu (guitar).

Toe is currently one of four bands on the indie label Machu Picchu, which was formed by the members of Toe, along with the bands Mouse on the Keys, Enemies and Tangled Hair.

The vast majority of the band’s music is instrumental in nature and is also known for its melodic, clean guitar settings. Additionally, the compositions have repetition from typical rock motifs, but use very subtle changes in beat and rhythm to form a unique sound. The band has changed their sound over their musical tenure by incorporating acoustic guitars, Rhodes piano, and vibraphones in their most recent releases.

The band tours regularly in Japan.

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Random information on the term “ARCH”:

The following outline is provided as an overview and topical guide to statistics:

Statistics – collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data. It is applicable to a wide variety of academic disciplines, from the physical and social sciences to the humanities; it is also used and misused for making informed decisions in all areas of business and government.

Statistics can be described as all of the following:

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Random information on the term “LACE”:

Shoelaces, also called shoestrings (US English) or bootlaces (UK English), are a system commonly used to secure shoes, boots and other footwear.They typically consist of a pair of strings or cords, one for each shoe, finished off at both ends with stiff sections, known as aglets. Each shoelace typically passes through a series of holes, eyelets, loops or hooks on either side of the shoe. Loosening the lacing allows the shoe to open wide enough for the foot to be inserted or removed. Tightening the lacing and tying off the ends secures the foot within the shoe.

Traditional shoelaces were made of leather, cotton, jute, hemp, or other materials used in the manufacture of rope. Modern shoelaces often incorporate various synthetic fibers, which are generally more slippery and thus more prone to coming undone than those made from traditional fibers. On the other hand, smooth synthetic shoelaces generally have a less rough appearance, suffer less wear from friction, and are less susceptible to rotting from moisture. Specialized fibers like flame resistant nomex are applied in safety boots for firefighters.

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Random information on the term “VAMP”:

A shoe is an item of footwear intended to protect and comfort the human foot while the wearer is doing various activities. Shoes are also used as an item of decoration and fashion. The design of shoes has varied enormously through time and from culture to culture, with appearance originally being tied to function. Additionally, fashion has often dictated many design elements, such as whether shoes have very high heels or flat ones. Contemporary footwear in the 2010s varies widely in style, complexity and cost. Basic sandals may consist of only a thin sole and simple strap and be sold for a low cost. High fashion shoes made by famous designers may be made of expensive materials, use complex construction and sell for hundreds or even thousands of dollars a pair. Some shoes are designed for specific purposes, such as boots designed specifically for mountaineering or skiing.

Traditionally, shoes have been made from leather, wood or canvas, but in the 2010s, they are increasingly made from rubber, plastics, and other petrochemical-derived materials. Though the human foot is adapted to varied terrain and climate conditions, it is still vulnerable to environmental hazards such as sharp rocks and hot ground, which shoes protect against. Some shoes are worn as safety equipment, such as steel-soled boots which are required on construction sites.

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Random information on the term “WELT”:

This list of tallest buildings in Fort Wayne ranks skyscrapers and high-rises in the U.S. city of Fort Wayne, Indiana, by height. The tallest building in the city is the 27-story Indiana Michigan Power Center, which rises 442 feet (135 m) and was completed in 1982. The building stands as the fourth-tallest building in Indiana and the tallest outside Indianapolis. It is also the tallest reinforced concrete building in Indiana. The city’s second-tallest building is PNC Center, which rises 339 feet (103 m). Of the 40 tallest buildings in Indiana, three are located in Fort Wayne. As of May 2015, there are two completed skyscrapers and ten completed high-rises in the city, with one under construction.

This list ranks buildings in Fort Wayne that stand at least 150 feet (46 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The “Year” column indicates the year in which a building was completed.

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