soul vs sole

soul sole

Definitions

  • 1) An individual life.
  • 2) religion, folklore The spirit or essence of a person usually thought to consist of one's thoughts and personality. Often believed to live on after the person's death.
  • 3) music Soul music.
  • 4) A person, especially as one among many.
  • 5) The spirit or essence of anything.
  • 6) Life, energy, vigor.
  • 7) The central or integral part; the vital core.
  • 8) This part of a human when disembodied after death.
  • 9) A part of humans regarded as immaterial, immortal, separable from the body at death, capable of moral judgment, and susceptible to happiness or misery in a future state.
  • 10) A human.
  • 11) A sense of emotional strength or spiritual vitality held to derive from black and especially African-American cultural experience, expressed in areas such as language, social customs, religion, and music.
  • 12) In Aristotelian philosophy, an animating or vital principle inherent in living things and endowing them in various degrees with the potential to grow and reproduce, to move and respond to stimuli (as in the case of animals), and to think rationally (as in the case of humans).
  • 13) Strong, deeply felt emotion conveyed by a speaker, performer, or artist.
  • 14) A person considered as the embodiment of an intangible quality; a personification.
  • 15) A person's emotional or moral nature.
  • 16) (O. Eccl. Law) A funeral duty paid in former times for a requiem for the soul.
  • 17) [Obs.] See Soul scot, below.
  • 18) Soul music.
  • 19) The spiritual, rational, and immortal part in man; that part of man which enables him to think, and which renders him a subject of moral government; -- sometimes, in distinction from the higher nature, or spirit, of man, the so-called animal soul, that is, the seat of life, the sensitive affections and phantasy, exclusive of the voluntary and rational powers; -- sometimes, in distinction from the mind, the moral and emotional part of man's nature, the seat of feeling, in distinction from intellect; -- sometimes, the intellect only; the understanding; the seat of knowledge, as distinguished from feeling. In a more general sense, “an animating, separable, surviving entity, the vehicle of individual personal existence.”
  • 20) See Cure, n., 2.
  • 21) A pure or disembodied spirit.
  • 22) The leader; the inspirer; the moving spirit; the heart.
  • 23) The seat of real life or vitality; the source of action; the animating or essential part.
  • 24) A human being; a person; -- a familiar appellation, usually with a qualifying epithet.
  • 25) the passing bell.
  • 26) Energy; courage; spirit; fervor; affection, or any other noble manifestation of the heart or moral nature; inherent power or goodness.
  • 27) A perceived shared community and awareness among African-Americans.
  • 28) a secular form of gospel that was a major Black musical genre in the 1960s and 1970s
  • 29) deep feeling or emotion
  • 30) Ardor, force.
  • 31) A human being; a person.
  • 32) Anything eaten with bread; a relish, as butter, cheese, milk, or preserves; that which satisfies.
  • 33) Fervor; fire; grandeur of mind, or other noble manifestation of the heart or moral nature.
  • 34) A substantial entity believed to be that in each person which lives, feels, thinks, and wills.
  • 35) The moral and emotional part of man's nature; the seat of the sentiments or feelings: in distinction from intellect.
  • 36) The animating or essential part; the essence: as, the soul of a song; the source of action; the chief part; hence, the inspirer or leader of any action or movement: as, the soul of an enterprise; an able commander is the soul of an army.
  • 37) Intellect, Spirit, etc. See mind.
  • 38) A spiritual being; a disembodied spirit; a shade.
  • 39) obsolete Sole.
  • 40) By or for African-Americans, or characteristic of their culture.
  • 41) obsolete, transitive To endue with a soul; to furnish with a soul or mind.
  • 42) Toenduewithasoul.
  • 43) obsolete To afford suitable sustenance.
  • 44) obsolete To indue with a soul; to furnish with a soul or mind.

Definitions

  • 1) The bottom surface of the head of a golf club.
  • 2) The underside of a shoe or boot, often excluding the heel.
  • 3) The underside of the foot.
  • 4) The part on which something else rests while in a vertical position, especially.
  • 5) The bottom surface of a plow.
  • 6) Any of various chiefly marine flatfishes of the family Soleidae, having both eyes on the right side of the body, and including food fishes such as the Dover sole of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • 7) Any of various other flatfishes, especially certain flounders.
  • 8) The bottom or lower part of anything, or that on which anything rests in standing.
  • 9) Any one of several species of flatfishes of the genus Solea and allied genera of the family Soleidæ, especially the common European species (Solea vulgaris), which is a valuable food fish.
  • 10) (Zoöl.) a European species of sole (Solea pegusa).
  • 11) (Fort.) The bottom of an embrasure.
  • 12) Any one of several American flounders somewhat resembling the true sole in form or quality, as the California sole (Lepidopsetta bilineata), the long-finned sole (Glyptocephalus zachirus), and other species.
  • 13) (Naut.) A piece of timber attached to the lower part of the rudder, to make it even with the false keel.
  • 14) (Far.) The horny substance under a horse's foot, which protects the more tender parts.
  • 15) The bottom of the foot; hence, also, rarely, the foot itself.
  • 16) (Agric.) The bottom of the body of a plow; -- called also slade; also, the bottom of a furrow.
  • 17) (Mining) The seat or bottom of a mine; -- applied to horizontal veins or lodes.
  • 18) (Zoöl.) the megrim.
  • 19) The bottom of a shoe or boot, or the piece of leather which constitutes the bottom.
  • 20) The bottom or under side of the foot; technically, the planta, corresponding to the palm of the hand.
  • 21) The part of anything that forms the bottom, and on which it stands upon the ground; the bottom or lower part of anything.
  • 22) That part of a shoe or boot which comes under the sole of the foot, and upon which the wearer treads.
  • 23) The foot.
  • 24) A wooden band or yoke put around the neck of an ox or a cow in a stall.
  • 25) A flat surface like the sole of the foot.
  • 26) The inner cylindrical surface of a water-wheel which forms the bottoms of the buckets on the periphery. See sole-plate, 2.
  • 27) In golf, the flat, bottom part of a club which rests on the ground.
  • 28) In ichthyology, a flatfish of the family Solcidæ, and especially of the genus Solea; a soleid or sole-fish.
  • 29) A name given to various Australian fishes: in Sydney to Synaptura nigra; in Melbourne to Rhombosolea bassensis; in New Zealand to Rhombosolea monopus (called the flounder in Tasmania) and Peltorhamphus novæ-zelandiæ; and in Tasmania to Ammotretis restrains, of the family Pleuronectidæ.
  • 30) A pond.
  • 31) Same as sol.
  • 32) Of or relating to only one individual or group; exclusive.
  • 33) Being the only one.
  • 34) Being or acting without another; single; individual; only.
  • 35) (Law) Single; unmarried.
  • 36) See the Note under Corporation.
  • 37) Mere.
  • 38) To put the sole of (a golf club) on the ground, as in preparing to make a stroke.
  • 39) To furnish (a shoe or boot) with a sole.
  • 40) To furnish with a sole.

Examples

  • 1) I hear Lord Jenga has already had an approach from some enterprising soul who wants to build a tavern here.
  • 2) He'd taken to muttering to himself as he shuffled around the house like a soul in limbo.
  • 3) Well, old soul, good muscle definition - call it what you will.
  • 4) Not a soul depended on her except maybe her office personnel, who would find other jobs in a blink.
  • 5) "I can respect a _soul_, sir," replied Emma, warmly, -- "a soul made in the image of God, though it were sunk in the very depths of pollution and wretchedness; and so can the 'Great and Holy One,' Mr. Sliver, or he never would have sent his Son to redeem the world."
  • 6) It is of the highest importance to the developing soul to unfold into a realization of this relationship and unity, _for when this conception is once fully established the soul is enabled to rise above certain of the lower planes, and is free from the operation of certain laws that bind the undeveloped soul_.
  • 7) For it is the soul which manifests as _body_, which thinks as _mind_, which feels and loves as _heart_, and which is what it is -- though not perhaps what it really or finally is -- as _soul_.
  • 8) It may be well to fall into the usage of ordinary speech, and speak of that which survives death as the _soul_, so long as we keep in mind what is really meant, viz., that it is the soul _united with the spirit_ which survives death.
  • 9) "No soul, Excellenza; rest assured, no _soul_ -- Again the mortar."
  • 10) The Lord has come down with mighty power into my soul, and I feel the blessedness of _full rest of soul_ in God.
  • 11) First, saith he, it is plain by verse 31, they took it in _animas_, upon their souls, — a _soul matter_ they made of it: there needs no soul for
  • 12) If the war is sapping our soul though ’spirit’ would seem more apt than ’soul’ then oh, maybe we should leave.
  • 13) "The doctrine of the soul -- first _soul_, and second _soul_, and evermore
  • 14) III. i.35 (64,1) love's invisible soul] _love's_ visible _soul_.]
  • 15) ‘It ignores all the empirical evidence for animal awareness while resting on an assumption for which there is no evidence: that human beings but no other animals possess immortal souls.’
  • 16) ‘I know the idea of animals having reincarnated human souls is hardly a new one… but this was an interesting idea to explore.’
  • 17) ‘The spiritual life of the soul with God is wounded, often mortally.’
  • 18) ‘God's plan is revealed by faith and shows us that humans have an immortal soul, a soul that embodies the potential for good and evil.’
  • 19) ‘As it progresses through spiritual enlightenment, the soul realizes that God and it are one and the same.’
  • 20) ‘The new life of God - resurrection life - is implanted in the soul by the Holy Spirit.’
  • 21) ‘Even though our bodies die, we are made in the image of God, and thus we have souls that are immortal.’
  • 22) ‘Humans bear the spiritual imprint of God due to the fact that they possess an immortal soul.’
  • 23) ‘Theological liberalism ends with the destruction of immortal souls.’
  • 24) ‘The Greeks did believe that the soul could be immortal, but they would have been opposed to the notion of the immortality of the body.’
  • 25) ‘The idea of possessing eternal life as an immortal soul attempts to rob death of its totality, and therefore of its sanctity.’
  • 26) ‘He taught them that the soul is immortal and that after death it migrates into other animated bodies.’
  • 27) ‘Something more primal than the fall - the image of God - is impressed on the soul of each human person.’
  • 28) ‘There are many theories which surround reincarnation - the notion that the soul of a dead person can re-establish itself within the body of another living being.’
  • 29) ‘A special Mass for the repose of the soul of Pope John Paul II was celebrated at Carlow Cathedral on Monday night at 7.30 pm.’
  • 30) ‘It is common for visitors to a wake to say a short silent prayer for the soul of the dead person.’
  • 31) ‘Yet even Puritanism was, in the end, concerned with the individual soul, and individual salvation.’
  • 32) ‘His message is almost uniformly positive and personal: it is about the individual soul's journey towards God, not any society's laws or customs.’
  • 33) ‘Mass for the repose of her soul was celebrated by Father Gilroy after which burial took place in Annagh Cemetery.’
  • 34) ‘According to folk religious beliefs, babies up to one year old don't have souls and can be considered like small animals.’
  • 35) ‘Mothering is a journey we experience with our whole selves: our senses, our souls, our emotions, our minds.’
  • 36) ‘It's happy music, but it comes from our souls, from our emotional scars.’
  • 37) ‘These images, this news, does something to us, eats away at our souls and sense of hope for the world.’
  • 38) ‘Being in nature with understanding friends soothes the soul, calms emotional swings and might well provide respite from night sweats.’
  • 39) ‘San Miguel de Allende has become our home away from home, a retreat where we nourish our creative souls and recover our senses.’
  • 40) ‘This courage and spiritual help allowed her to do what she wanted to do all her life, undergo an operation so she could finally be what she in truth by the nature of her soul and her brain was: a woman.’
  • 41) ‘If you aren't fortunate enough to know, then it's hard to describe the way that nature can calm the soul, especially when you can afford the time for total immersion.’
  • 42) ‘Here at last one might find rest from our too frenetic world, and stopping, learn something for one's soul.’
  • 43) ‘The holidays provide a different sort of nourishment - one that feeds the soul and indulges the senses.’
  • 44) ‘I searched back through my consciousness, deep down into my soul where I sensed the pain hiding in my heart.’
  • 45) ‘A genuine artist, his fiery, passionate nature carried over to his work and transformed it into a feast for the senses that captured the soul.’
  • 46) ‘He recalled what Harry had said to him so long ago, that the only way to cure the soul was through the senses.’
  • 47) ‘It felt like medicine to soothe the soul and awaken the senses.’
  • 48) ‘Some say that a reading an author's works is a window to their soul and identity.’
  • 49) ‘Somewhere in the deepest part of her soul, Mary could sense that this wasn't going to end well.’
  • 50) ‘His writing became a bellweather for the health of my soul and my sense of place in America.’
  • 51) ‘He describes each work as an extension of his soul and his culture.’
  • 52) ‘And for me, she was the greatest gift because she understood my soul and my spirit as an artist, even though I was a divinity student.’
  • 53) ‘The essential oil of these lovely, purple, highly fragrant flowers can soothe your soul without sapping your energy.’
  • 54) ‘His shows are redolent of soul, intense emotion, and a deep connection to the music.’
  • 55) ‘Of course, the longer that lack of heart and soul and courage and energy remained, the more it became a way of being, a destructive habit.’
  • 56) ‘Lacking in intensity and soul, the album comes off as a bland mix of all things electronic - in this café only decaf is on the menu.’
  • 57) ‘With or without a perspex screen, Mr Shelley extracts the maximum dynamics from his instrument as he always pours all his energy and soul into his performances.’
  • 58) ‘What sets Bensusan apart is the passion, soul, intensity, and rhythmic complexity that mark even his quietest and most elegant pieces.’
  • 59) ‘What they do is take pop music, remove every ounce of soul, passion or energy and drone it into a mess of an attempt to make a band that 15 year old girls will drool over.’
  • 60) ‘She sang them with heart and soul and with an intensity and passion that left many in the capacity audience emotionally drained.’
  • 61) ‘Much has changed in the 54 years since my dad died, but among the things that have not changed are the spirit and the energy and soul of good newspapers.’
  • 62) ‘And that spirit, that energy, that soul must mark all of the content.’
  • 63) ‘Tony puts his heart and soul into every performance and he and the band delivered a fine ‘set’ for the appreciative supporters in Castlebar.’
  • 64) ‘Gallic wit and subtlety are perfectly married to Russian soul in this performance.’
  • 65) ‘I'd really love to see more expression, emotion and soul in games and their music - speaking as a gamer and musician.’
  • 66) ‘He put a lot of soul into his performance, from soft notes to high.’
  • 67) ‘It's a good display of Barrino's emotion and soul and how it emerges on each song.’
  • 68) ‘The choice of material is excellent and the performance is saturated with soul.’
  • 69) ‘Their powerful physicality pulsated with life and soul, an effect these artists achieved through their use of color.’
  • 70) ‘Soca, ragga, R&B, hip hop, soul, funk, even techno and house music blares through hundreds of sound systems.’
  • 71) ‘Kaveh will also be playing reggae, Afro-beat, soul, hip hop, kwaito and raï.’
  • 72) ‘Promising more of his signature mix of rock, soul and folk music, the album is also said to venture into new territory, while journeying back to explore some of his roots.’
  • 73) ‘Cox is a master of breakbeat, mixing in soul, jazz, hip hop, dance hall and a whole lot more to produce a world class album.’
  • 74) ‘If you've ever wondered why no one ever dares to combine southern soul, dub reggae, folk and country well, wonder no more, dear reader.’
  • 75) ‘At school I loved reggae and soul, one of my mates was a punk and lent me this record.’
  • 76) ‘The station began in the early 90s with hip hop, soul and ragga music.’
  • 77) ‘If you've heard this man play, then you know he is a one-of-a-kind selector with the deepest love for jazz, funk, soul, reggae and Afro-Latin vibes.’
  • 78) ‘The band played impressive versions of numbers from just about every musical sphere including soul, reggae, trad and rock.’
  • 79) ‘Funk, soul, jazz and reggae are all amply represented but these genres fail to reach all four corners of this unique masterpiece.’
  • 80) ‘Broken beat, for lack of a better term, encompasses underground dance music fused with soul, funk or jazz.’
  • 81) ‘He was equally at home with jazz, blues, soul and country music.’
  • 82) ‘To continue the relaxed vibe, there's also a great mix of jazz, soul and reggae.’
  • 83) ‘Listen to our music and you will hear elements of bluegrass and rock-a-billy through to soul, blues and rock.’
  • 84) ‘Their music was tried-and-true funky soul and bar-band balladry, and not a lick of it was ever going to see the top 40 if Brown could help it.’
  • 85) ‘I've grown up listening to soul and as far as I'm concerned, R&B today is a progression of soul with a hip hop edge, bigger beats and I love it’
  • 86) ‘Tossing in elements of blues, rock, glam-rock, soul and metal, it's a wildly extravagant affair that is likely to put off as many people as it delights.’
  • 87) ‘Between them they bring together rock, hip hop, metal, soul and reggae to form their own unique sound.’
  • 88) ‘It's bubbling with quirky grunge, liberally sprinkled with novelty hip-hop, soul and ska.’
  • 89) ‘His influences are abundant: blues, jazz, soul, lounge, girl groups, classic rock, funk and more.’
  • 90) ‘In public, at least, Kirk, who lives close to the Wight memorial in Thirsk, is the soul of diplomacy, maintaining that the amateur route will eventually reap dividends.’
  • 91) ‘He is the soul of Christian courtesy and charity.’
  • 92) ‘There are two women in Britain who make her look the soul of discretion, refinement and good taste.’
  • 93) ‘Kittie and Ariadne, you are the souls of good sense.’
  • 94) ‘But among the candidates are 27 individual brave souls who are not affiliated to any party.’
  • 95) ‘I had to be forcibly stopped from standing on a table and openly apologising to the other poor souls who had been similarly treated - not to mention ripped-off - in my own country.’
  • 96) ‘These associations are exclusive ‘clubs’ where these poor deluded souls can imagine that they are figures of importance and influence in the local community.’
  • 97) ‘Inevitably it was the poor souls huddling in the ground's last uncovered terracing who bore the brunt of the rain and hail sweeping into their faces; it is an ordeal they should not have to face next year.’
  • 98) ‘But there is no doubt that Alice Springs is an exotic location, at least to those poor souls crammed on a Melbourne commuter train in winter drizzle.’
  • 99) ‘As I lazily drove back along the Esplanade, I reflected on all the poor souls huddled around office coffee machines in the city making small talk.’
  • 100) ‘It leads to a bunch of poor, confused souls sitting around trying to figure out what they're supposed to do, rather than what they want to do.’
  • 101) ‘I tried to not let it show but I'm a terrible actress, but today really tried my patience and I may have snapped at poor unsuspecting souls.’
  • 102) ‘It turns out that these poor souls, as well as the millions who hold similar beliefs, really can't help themselves.’
  • 103) ‘If my heart isn't in it, I feel I would be short-changing everyone involved, particularly the poor souls listening.’
  • 104) ‘Just don't bother them during the workday; they're busy indoors, poor souls.’
  • 105) ‘But we poor deluded souls keep colouring our hair in the wildest and most atrocious colours possible.’
  • 106) ‘By Jove, some of them need a little brightening up, poor souls.’
  • 107) ‘And I'd be hard pressed to remember many of these poor souls, either by name or face.’
  • 108) ‘Visit on a Market day and it will inevitably be double parked, with some poor souls trapped there for the day whether or not they want to be.’
  • 109) ‘But he's a tortured soul, old Jacques Brel, and I'd rather not be that tortured.’
  • 110) ‘One can only pity the poor soul who subjects herself to the media frenzy.’
  • 111) ‘Pity the poor soul who has all these problems at once!’
  • 112) ‘I have no doubt that I join all your readers with pity for the poor soul who can no longer get in and out of the bath and has to wash in the sink,.’
  • 113) ‘Born when spring was in full bloom, you're an earthy soul with a refined sense of beauty.’
  • 114) ‘Josie was a gentle soul who was highly regarded by his neighbours.’
  • 115) ‘As a youth, I was a friendly soul, palling around with all and sundry.’
  • 116) ‘We haven't been in the company of nice souls like you for a long time now.’
  • 117) ‘Mary was a gentle soul who was held in fond regard by all who knew her.’
  • 118) ‘He was a gentle soul who was held in fond regard by those who knew him best.’
  • 119) ‘He might have been too gentle a soul for the furnace of the Old Firm, but if he were a spikier character he had plenty of evidence from which to formulate an assertive case for his own defence.’
  • 120) ‘Your friend is a gentle soul and very suited to work among our people.’
  • 121) ‘John was one of the old folk of the Trien area, a kindly soul who was held in fond regard by all his neighbours and friends.’
  • 122) ‘McGann specialises in playing sensitive souls, whose gentleness and vulnerability attract women with effortless ease.’
  • 123) ‘A man of simple pleasures and infectious good humour, Joe was truly one of nature's gentle souls.’
  • 124) ‘The brothers had always been identical in appearance, but usually Pockets was a cheery soul and easy to identify by his smile.’

Examples

  • 1) Tuck into lemon sole and brown shrimps in the smart restaurant.
  • 2) The sole survivor of the family just keeps asking for his parents.
  • 3) Thus a sole trader or partnership would not be a corporation but limited companies are.
  • 4) Whether their disagreement was the sole or main reason for their divorce is unknown.
  • 5) This time he wore illegal shoes and had to change them for ones without orange soles.
  • 6) She wore simple cloth shoes with rubber soles because she could not afford trainers.
  • 7) The sole aim of a metaphor is to call up a visual image.
  • 8) The sole purpose of this was to protect the food chain but there is widespread abuse.
  • 9) You could sole your shoes with it.
  • 10) This will be true for a sole trader and in the majority of partnerships.
  • 11) It is the sole reason why we will not move.
  • 12) It is the one sole comfort in such times.
  • 13) He claims in a lawsuit that she set up a company to keep sole control of her cash.
  • 14) Step up with one foot, placing the entire sole flat on the step.
  • 15) Thousands of people provide sole 24-hour care for others.
  • 16) The controversial co-owner insisted the boardroom wars splitting the club will continue unless he takes sole control.
  • 17) Stand facing it and step on to it with one foot, keeping the sole flat.
  • 18) This man was greatly afflicted, covered with boils and sores from the crown of his head to the sole of his foot.
  • 19) So whether you are a sole trader or head of a home business empire, it makes sense to keep costs to a minimum.
  • 20) Pop in the oven and cook for 8 min, less if you are using plaice or thin lemon sole fillets.
  • 21) And all the real and personal estate of said Myra Bradwell shall be liable for the debts of said company, contracted while she is a stockholder therein, and all stock of said company owned by her, and the earnings thereof, shall be her sole and separate property, the same as if she were an unmarried woman; and she shall have the same right to hold any office or offices in said company, or transact any of its business that a _feme sole_ would have.
  • 22) This week seven readers have offered their satirical definitions for the term sole proprietorship, and now it's time for you to vote for best definition.
  • 23) Pathetic that in a democracy the one who raises the most money and sells his or her sole is the one seens as the victor.
  • 24) Most successfully, indeed, had she instilled into the youthful breast of Indiana, a wondering curiosity to see the place which she described as the sole residence of elegance and fashion, and an eager impatience to exhibit there a person which she was assured would meet with universal homage.
  • 25) Or many small businesses are what they call sole proprietorships.
  • 26) Most small business are what they call sole proprietors or limited partnerships, and so they pay tax like an individual pays tax.
  • 27) He told reporters Iraq wished to play "an active role in supporting Arab League efforts" on Syria which he described as the "sole and appropriate framework" to solve the crisis in Syria.
  • 28) He told reporters Iraq wished to play "an active role in supporting Arab League efforts" on Syria, which he described as the "sole and appropriate framework" to solve the crisis in Syria.
  • 29) ‘Melanomas commonly appear on these ‘non-sun exposed’ parts of the body, like the back of the legs, the soles of the feet and the buttocks.’
  • 30) ‘Two days later we had to drag him cross-country in a train as the pox blossomed in his mouth, eyes, nose, even the soles of his feet, making it impossible to walk.’
  • 31) ‘These commonly arise in areas of the body not much exposed to the sun, such as the back of the legs, soles of the feet, scalp and buttocks.’
  • 32) ‘Buddhists have always used the swastika as a symbol of resignation, and Buddha is to this day depicted with the symbol all over his chest, arms and the soles of his feet.’
  • 33) ‘In the second stage of syphilis, infected individuals get a rash in the mouth, the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet.’
  • 34) ‘Bend knees outward and press soles of feet together.’
  • 35) ‘He's the Brother who's always dressed to impress and is well groomed from the top of his head to the soles of his feet.’
  • 36) ‘Podiatry lecturer William Kerr studies the ridges on toes and the soles of the feet in relation to crime and is now ready to apply his knowledge in the field.’
  • 37) ‘Henna could also be used to add a red tint to the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet, if that was what one was inclined to do.’
  • 38) ‘I am feeling numb from the top of my head to the aching soles of my feet.’
  • 39) ‘Keep the foot just to the outside of your hip, with the sole of your foot facing up and your toes pointing behind you.’
  • 40) ‘The rash doesn't itch and is usually on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet.’
  • 41) ‘She bows back once more,. lying on the ground, her legs bent under her at the knees, the soles of her feet pressed into her buttocks.’
  • 42) ‘Spray the cool mist on your face, the back of your neck, and the soles of your feet.’
  • 43) ‘The basic rules of Sumo are simple: the wrestler who either first touches the floor with any part of his body apart from the soles of his feet or who leaves the ring before his opponent, loses.’
  • 44) ‘The near-invisible larvae lurk in warm, moist soil or sand, infecting their host by penetrating the skin, usually through the soles of the feet.’
  • 45) ‘As Chinese medicine theories show, a total of 62 reflection points corresponding with different parts of the body are separated on the soles of the feet.’
  • 46) ‘By the end of the day I could feel the burn on the soles of my feet, and my skin forming a thick pumice-proof layer to protect itself from future exposure to scorching walkways.’
  • 47) ‘But these cancers are only tenuously linked to sunburn - many are found on areas of the body not commonly exposed to the sun, such as the soles of the feet and the buttocks.’
  • 48) ‘Standing with your feet together, inhale, use your hand to lift your left leg up, and exhale, placing the sole of your left foot on the inside of the right thigh above the knee.’
  • 49) ‘Opt for a pair with a bit of a heel, and leather soles.’
  • 50) ‘Besides his exquisitely tooled creations, he is credited with having invented the platform sole and wedge heel, which have had a recent comeback in fashion.’
  • 51) ‘Made from premium leather, they feature a lightly-padded footbed and a flexible sole for added walking comfort.’
  • 52) ‘As a rule of thumb, you can wear brown footwear with a black jacket, as long as your soles are predominantly black and you match them with a brown belt.’
  • 53) ‘There was a tiny manufacturer mark on the heel of the sole.’
  • 54) ‘They had a thick sole with a short heel and were entirely black except for the dark blue laces that tied up the side.’
  • 55) ‘The group is looking at manufacturing doormats and shoe soles out of recycled footwear.’
  • 56) ‘A better method of sealing heels and soles is to use a hot wax treatment that penetrates the leather, fills its pores, and prevents water from being absorbed.’
  • 57) ‘His job entails patching, sewing, replacing heels, replacing soles and fine polishing.’
  • 58) ‘Polish shoes; get new heels or soles if necessary.’
  • 59) ‘In my day the boots were made from tough leather with a very hard leather toecap and leather studs nailed into the sole and heel.’
  • 60) ‘Mephisto makes shoes with a 100 percent biodegradable latex midsole, a natural rubber sole, and a footbed made of pure natural cork.’
  • 61) ‘My guess is that if the surface is more like the bottom of a crepe sole, it will squeak less than if the soles were like that of a pair of tennis shoes.’
  • 62) ‘Place shoes on the floor: If the heels and soles aren't sitting flat on the floor, it's time to go shoe-shopping.’
  • 63) ‘These sneakers serve the same purpose as boots, as their nylon and leather build, solid structure, and thick rubber soles make walking through snow a breeze.’
  • 64) ‘Tap shoes have thin metal plates, usually made of aluminium, screwed onto the sole and heel, allowing dancers to create percussive effects as they move.’
  • 65) ‘I have a pair that I've been wearing for eight years - the soles are somewhat worn down but they have at least another couple of years to go before the tread disappears.’
  • 66) ‘Wear a simple pair of black leather shoes, with a plain or capped toe, and if you choose, leather soles.’
  • 67) ‘This model offers the best of both worlds - a stiff sole for exercising at the gym and great traction for running or walking outdoors.’
  • 68) ‘The average pair of bowling shoes will have a set sole or heel that can't be removed or adjusted.’
  • 69) ‘The heel is usually small and is internally rotated, making the soles of the feet face each other in cases of bilateral deformities.’
  • 70) ‘But for me, this is the best part of the whole exercise, as firm fingers and thumbs work around the ankles, under the soles of the feet, between toes and over the instep.’
  • 71) ‘Warts on the soles of the feet are called plantar warts.’
  • 72) ‘The tibial nerve, located between the medial malleolus and Achilles tendon, supplies the medial portion of the sole and the medial side of the foot.’
  • 73) ‘It's a pump for bedridden patients that is designed to simulate the physiological pumping mechanism in the sole of the foot that is usually activated by weight bearing.’
  • 74) ‘If the baby stops breathing, a nurse will stimulate the baby to start breathing by patting him or touching the soles of his feet.’
  • 75) ‘Warts are usually painless with the exception of the warts on the soles of the feet.’
  • 76) ‘Pain and numbness in the soles of the feet is a common presentation of sensory disturbance.’
  • 77) ‘The type of wound with the clearest indication for aggressive off-loading is a neuropathic wound on a weight-bearing area on the sole of the foot.’
  • 78) ‘A 53 year old man presented with an ulcer on the sole of his left foot, attributed to a possible penetrating injury three months previously.’
  • 79) ‘Use of padding techniques that arc glued or taped to the sole of the foot have also been reported in the medical literature.’
  • 80) ‘Pain and numbness often radiate to the plantar heel and, in some cases, extend even to the distal sole and toes.’
  • 81) ‘Scrub heels, soles and edges of your feet until they feel smooth.’
  • 82) ‘Massage the feet, each toe, the ankles, the heels and the soles in turn with the warm oil, gently stretching the feet and toes as you massage them and using circular motions around your ankles and heels.’
  • 83) ‘Ted also pointed out that a plane with a rabbeted sole would not be suitable for cutting tenons for post and beam construction, as I suggested.’
  • 84) ‘Allow the sole of the sand wedge to do what it is designed to do - slide under the ball and propel it out on a cushion of sand.’
  • 85) ‘I need the sole of the sand wedge to help me slide through the grass and the loft to get it up.’
  • 86) ‘The plane has an iron sole, but no screws are showing.’
  • 87) ‘Morris' patent claims that the diamond grid pattern in the sole makes it easy to finish the sole of the plane with a file, implying they could be made by hand in a small shop.’
  • 88) ‘The blades used by most tour players have narrow soles.’
  • 89) ‘This would solve the problem of cutting the front bevels, with its fence set at an acute angle to the plane sole and guided by the back of the molded strip.’
  • 90) ‘We wanted to see if anything had changed, especially because typical golfers reading this package might start looking at the soles of their drivers with a bit more scrutiny.’
  • 91) ‘Paint on tees leaves lines on the sole of your driver.’
  • 92) ‘I grind the soles to get the right shape and bounce angle.’
  • 93) ‘The soles on the 2-and 3-iron are a little wider to help me hit the ball higher.’
  • 94) ‘I've got lead tape on there to balance out the metal that was lost in grinding down the soles.’
  • 95) ‘With a fairway wood, because of the way the sole is designed, you can hit slightly behind the ball and still produce a reasonable shot.’
  • 96) ‘Flipping the clubhead can cause the leading edge to kick into the ball, especially with a sand wedge, because of the ‘bounce’ on its sole.’
  • 97) ‘The top of a long putter should end about at the height of the logo on your golf shirt when you're in a slightly upright putting stance and the sole of the putter is resting flat on the ground.’
  • 98) ‘A good clubfitter will have you hit shots off a lie board, which is a type of mat that will leave a mark on the sole to show how to adjust the lie if necessary.’
  • 99) ‘Swing the long irons as though they all have the No.7 stamped on the sole.’
  • 100) ‘An iron bar of rectangular cross-section is mortised into the sole, to form the mouth front.’
  • 101) ‘This technique allows the sole of the club to contact the grass at impact and slide easily under the ball.’
  • 102) ‘To a club designer, draft is the angle that the clubhead makes (woods mostly) from the top of the toe to the toe edge of the sole.’
  • 103) ‘The cabin sole to deckhead height, at the aft end of the cabin, is less than four feet and there is sitting headroom over the bunks.’
  • 104) ‘To their credit the builders have used bulkheads that are watertight between the hull and cabin soles to divide the boat into three separate compartments.’
  • 105) ‘The hull is fitted with a structural fiberglass liner that incorporates the cabin sole as well as berth and furniture foundations.’
  • 106) ‘Unable to reach the spill, the boater was about to power saw an access hole in the cabin sole to reach the fuel.’
  • 107) ‘Enough water can accumulate below that the cabin soles are immersed.’
  • 108) ‘Plywood bulkheads, seating and soles should be closely examined to ensure they remain in sound condition.’
  • 109) ‘Jarred from their place by the impact when the boat struck, and papering the cabin sole with vital, unused information was a welter of neatly rolled charts which he trampled in his haste.’
  • 110) ‘I had my favourite boots soled and heeled for half the price of a London cobbler.’
  • 111) ‘A regular but infrequent 'chore' was taking boots and shoes to the cobbler to be soled and heeled.’
  • 112) ‘One day a man was seen bringing a pair of shoes to the cobbler to be soled.’
  • 113) ‘At a fish-and-chip shop called the Balancing Eel, a stone's throw from the quayside, cod, haddock, plaice and sole are the fish of choice with scampi and prawn fritters close behind.’
  • 114) ‘The advice given is that there should be zero fishing for cod, whiting, haddock, plaice, sole and prawns in the Irish Sea.’
  • 115) ‘Thornback and blond rays are most often seen, with brill, plaice, sole, flounder and even turbot on occasion.’
  • 116) ‘Further plans are in the pipeline for stocks including southern hake, sole, haddock and Norway lobster.’
  • 117) ‘Other commonly eaten seafoods include sardines, salmon, sole, sea bass, and hake, as well as eel, squid, octopus, and lamprey.’
  • 118) ‘These in turn provide fertile spawning grounds for crabs, shrimps, scallops, cod, plaice, bass, sole and herring, and so are vital to maintaining fisheries.’
  • 119) ‘Cooling atop a block of ice are exotic catches of sea bass, bluefish, salmon, sole, lobster and shark.’
  • 120) ‘Fish such as sole, halibut and cod, on the other hand, have relatively low omega - 3 concentrations.’
  • 121) ‘Cod, sole, haddock and ocean perch are decent choices because they are high in iodine but relatively low in mercury.’
  • 122) ‘The main species harvested are hake, horse mackerel and pilchard, whilst other species such as monk, anchovy, tuna and sole also contribute to this sector.’
  • 123) ‘The island has held the UK record for mullet, plaice and sole and been very close with bream and blonde rays so you can see why we started to visit the place.’
  • 124) ‘There's beef, duck and a vegetarian option, but the speciality is an interesting selection of fish dishes, including halibut, sole, monkfish, mussels and scallops.’
  • 125) ‘Among the fish on the move are commercially important varieties such as Atlantic cod, sole and whiting.’
  • 126) ‘Feeling sorry for the sole, Valerie scooped a small opening at the base of the mesh through which it escaped.’
  • 127) ‘When ordering seafood, choose the leanest types, such as haddock, sole, trout, scallops, shrimp and crab.’
  • 128) ‘If tilapia isn't available, substitute perch, sole, or other whitefish.’
  • 129) ‘Seafood with lower levels of methylmercury include cod, mahi-mahi, salmon, shrimp, trout, flounder, sole, perch and scallops.’
  • 130) ‘One never wanted to eat anything but herrings; another ate only sole.’
  • 131) ‘Cod, pike, sole, and salmon are all best with the honest citrus and potpourri quality of a Belgian style Pilsner.’
  • 132) ‘Have you tried to buy crabs, whiting, grey sole, ling or squid on the West Coast, where most of it comes in?’
  • 133) ‘World Heart Day is a global initiative with the sole aim of raising awareness about heart health and is being supported by the World Heart Federation.’
  • 134) ‘Designated a protected area in 1941, the reserve was created with the sole aim of preserving the coastal sea and earth ecosystems.’
  • 135) ‘Fifteen-year-old James began race walking at 11 with the sole aim of representing his county in Mosney.’
  • 136) ‘The committee has been formed with the sole aim of organising the event, to which they hope to attract 5,000.’
  • 137) ‘From then his sole aim is to restore his family's status and towards this end he starts new business ventures and succeeds.’
  • 138) ‘A group has been formed with the sole aim of creating a community theatre in a building beside the river, below Kingston House.’
  • 139) ‘Carol is part of the London Laughter Club, a group which has the sole aim of making each other laugh.’
  • 140) ‘Once you're sure your putter is aimed squarely, your sole thought during the stroke should be to maintain the triangle formed by your shoulders and arms.’
  • 141) ‘He added that the City has indeed embarked upon several major projects over the last twelve months with the sole aim of uplifting the living standard of the residents.’
  • 142) ‘Cath initially takes this job with the sole aim of being able to pay Bailey's medical bills.’
  • 143) ‘When an identity becomes absolute, the little group to which I belong becomes my sole basis for self-understanding and the farthest boundary of my love.’
  • 144) ‘That sole voice belonged to the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation.’
  • 145) ‘The sole purpose of this particular effort is to identify undecided voters for follow-up contact.’
  • 146) ‘And the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine says that caloric restriction is the sole instrument that produces weight loss.’
  • 147) ‘A group of record companies named her as the sole defendant in a federal lawsuit, claiming she made more than 700 songs available for free on the Internet.’
  • 148) ‘He was a father of four children and the sole breadwinner in the family.’
  • 149) ‘‘Our sole purpose is the protection of nature,’ added Marinov.’
  • 150) ‘But these days there are fewer customers and most are here for the sole purpose of eating and not for the casual drinks and supper anymore.’
  • 151) ‘It is here that an investigation by the director will occur with the sole purpose of collecting information that will lead to creating a harassment-free environment.’
  • 152) ‘I couldn't possibly reveal the name of the sole person I haven't bothered to shop for yet, but it begins with L and has fewer than 5 letters.’
  • 153) ‘Chosen charities are given free stand space and joint sole rights to collect money from the 80,000 people who attend the show.’
  • 154) ‘Courts rarely grant sole custody or even joint physical custody to fathers, and standard visitation is just a few days a month.’
  • 155) ‘It all began because she had separated from her husband last October and he had moved out of the family home, and she had started claiming housing benefit and opened up a new council tax account in her sole name.’
  • 156) ‘Mrs Trusler had opened a bank account in her sole name to receive payments and the couple had made false statements on housing benefit and council tax benefit application and review forms.’
  • 157) ‘Once published, the ideas in a book belonged to all - but the singular form of their expression remained the sole property of the author.’
  • 158) ‘My home is in my sole name and is valued at between €900,000 and €1.1m.’
  • 159) ‘But it is important to note that there may be tax implications if any assets held in sole names are not transferred in the tax year the separation occurs.’
  • 160) ‘For a while, having a sole proprietorship raised your chances of getting audited.’
  • 161) ‘But the issue of liability complicates the relative ease of setting up a sole proprietorship.’
  • 162) ‘Like a sole proprietorship, it is relatively easy and inexpensive to set up.’
  • 163) ‘The sole proprietor is responsible for 100 % of all business debts and obligations.’
  • 164) ‘If her bid stands, Zeidler could become the sole proprietor of the hotel.’
  • 165) ‘Land was attached to households and neither men nor women were sole legal owners of pieces of property.’
  • 166) ‘Similarly, a divorced or separated parent who has sole physical custody of his children could reasonably be deemed the caretaker parent.’
  • 167) ‘In the UK on the other hand sole proprietorship and partnership were the only legal forms available to audit firms until 1991.’
  • 168) ‘There are numerous business structures available, such as sole trader, limited and partnership, and the pros and cons of these need to be given due consideration.’
  • 169) ‘Throughout its history it has jealously guarded its sole power of initiative, so that it alone can initiate European legislation to come before the European Council and the European Parliament.’
  • 170) ‘I've been running it out of my home as a sole proprietor, using independent contractors.’
  • 171) ‘Family members often find entering business together is more efficient than operating several independent sole proprietorships.’
  • 172) ‘Independent designer-retailers, sole traders in fashion and in other ethnic-designer goods began to rent retail space in the area.’
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