It puts the administration on the front foot with a “plan” to restore fiscal sanity once the economy has recovered.
Stylistically, he was on the front foot—aggressive, prepared, and engaged.
The fifth toe, which in the earliest horse hung upon the side of the front foot, has completely disappeared.
Other lots worth in 1883 $20, brought in 1889 $800 a front foot.
The tail of the dog forms a convenient handle; to the front foot a cross bar is appended to preserve its due equilibrium.
But when he began to feel the other front foot the dog whined with pain.
At finish weight toe of front foot and press back knee inwards, bringing skis parallel.
After a while he addressed the off front foot of the black mare.
The occasion of the soreness in that Pete-horse's off front foot was becoming apparent.
In attempting to cut the bait, he places one front foot on the bait and the other one in the trap.