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SOLIDO, IN, civil law. In solido, is a term used to designate those contracts in which the obligors are bound, jointly and severally, or in which several obligees are each entitled to demand the whole of what is due.
     2.-1. There is an obligation in solido on the part of debtors, when they are all obliged to the same thing, so that each may be compelled to pay the whole, and when the payment which is made by one of them, exonerates the others towards the creditor.
     3.-2. The obligation is in solido, or joint and several between several creditors, when the title expressly gives to each of them the right of demanding payment of the total of what is due, and when the payment to any one of them discharges the debtor. Civ. Code of La. 2083,2086; Merl. Repert. h.t.; Domat, Index, h.t. See In solido.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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I, Little Foot, go away making noises and tramplings so that Big Foot may hear me." He moved away from the rock pace by pace among the trees, his voice rising in the distance as he approached a little cascade.
The panther had been casting in every direction to see how Big Foot's trail led away from behind the rock.
Here stood Little Foot, with his knee on a rock--and yonder is Big Foot indeed!"
Day argues, however, that Clarke and Tobias' foot reconstruction is probably not accurate.
The first foot lands toes first where the pointe is; the second leg is brought rapidly to the floor.
The first full step away from center should be a long stride with the right foot. This should be followed up with progressively shorter steps.
The dancer may feel that her working foot grasps or hugs the supporting ankle.
This is a non-support phase in which the thrower initiates a leg exchange that takes the left leg and foot from the back of the circle toward the front.
Dancers who curl the toes inward and push into the floor thinking that they are improving their arch are doing damage to the foot and toes, which should be kept straight and pointing downward.
Touch the right foot down in the center and rotate it.
Rosenhaus of Rosenhaus Real Estate, LLC, took the entire 32nd floor; WAMU Capital Corp., a bond trading division of Washington Mutual represented by Jim Quinn and Duncan McCuaig of Cushman & Wakefield, leased the entire 14,486 square foot 18th floor in an expansion move; and Satellite Asset Management expanded by taking the entire 14,476 square foot 19th floor.
Common causes of stone bruises are hard floors, irregularities in the dance surface (linoleum seams, wrinkles in tape, trapdoor edges), and choreography that makes intensive demands on the ball of the foot. Stone bruises can also develop if you are shifting your weight to reduce impact on an already-injured area of the foot.