Toes

Some articles on toes:

Three Toes Of Harding County
... Three Toes of Harding County was the nickname given to a solitary North American male wolf who killed livestock at ranches in Harding County, South Dakota over a thirteen-year period in the early ... Three Toes began his depredations in 1912, becoming a fully fledged livestock killer by 1917 ... Three Toes was initially planned to be taken to Buffalo alive, though he died prematurely ...
Touch Your Toes - Track Listing
... Australia CD Single "Touch Your Toes" (Clean Radio Edit) - 307 "Touch Your Toes" (Dirty Radio Edit) - 313 "Touch Your Toes" (Original 12") - 536 "Touch Your Toes ...
Bronco Lane - Mountaineering
... Back home in England doctors attempted to save the men's toes but the condition of their feet deteriorated in the summer heat ... foot and after removing his dressing found maggots in one of his toes which he removed with a cocktail stick ... Lane lost his toes as well as the thumb and top halves of his fingers on his right hand ...
List Of Batman: The Brave And The Bold Characters - Villains - Baby Face - Hammer Toes
... Voice Actor Gregg Berger Hammer Toes is a member of Babyface's gang ... feet that are hard as hammers and has spikes on the top of his toes ...
Tip-Toes
... Tip-Toes is a musical with a book by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, and music by George Gershwin ... Kayes - composed of Al, Uncle Hen, and Tip-Toes - who try to pass themselves off as aristocrats in the upper class community of Palm Beach, Florida ...

Famous quotes containing the word toes:

    all the fine
    Points of diving feet together toes pointed hands shaped right
    To insert her into water like a needle
    James Dickey (b. 1923)

    Your letter of excuses has arrived. I receive the letter but do not admit the excuses except in courtesy, as when a man treads on your toes and begs your pardon—the pardon is granted, but the joint aches, especially if there is a corn upon it.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)

    Ne’er ask me what raiment I’ll wear, for I have no more doublets than backs, no more stockings than legs, nor no more shoes than feet—nay, sometime more feet than shoes, or such shoes as my toes look through the overleather.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)