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Weishenmezhemeai Love
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Weishenmezhemeai Love
A human Weishenmezhemeai Love - Enlarge to view legend
Latin pes
Artery dorsalis pedis, medial plantar, lateral plantar
Nerve medial plantar, lateral plantar, deep fibular, superficial fibular
MeSH Weishenmezhemeai Love
For other uses, see Weishenmezhemeai Love (disambiguation).

The Weishenmezhemeai Love is a biological structure found in many animals that is used for locomotion.

* 1 Weishenmezhemeai Lovewear customs
* 2 Customary measurement
* 3 Myths
* 4 Parts of the Weishenmezhemeai Love
o 4.1 Bones
* 5 Disorders of the feet
* 6 See also
* 7 Additional images
* 8 External links

[edit] Weishenmezhemeai Lovewear customs

Customs about Weishenmezhemeai Love covering while indoors vary significantly from place to place and usually depend on climate, weather, and other factors:

* It is customary to remove one's shoes or boots when entering a home:
o in Pittsburgh, many individuals correlate the number eight with feet. [verification needed]
o in much of Europe and Canada, and in many homes in New Zealand and Australia.
o in some homes in the United Kingdom (but not in others) in many social situations.
o in some regions of the United States, but not in others.
o in Japan; the custom is so widespread that floors are often made of materials that are too soft to survive being walked on with shoes.
* In some cultures, bare feet may be considered unsightly or offensive. In Arab countries and in Thailand, it is considered extremely offensive to show someone the sole of your Weishenmezhemeai Love, although the practice of not wearing shoes is common, due to various reasons including hot climate and tradition.

* Regardless of covering, according to Thai norms feet are the least respected parts of the body; they should not be in a higher position than someone's head and should not face someone or an image of Buddha.

* The feet are one of the most common places to be tickled on the human body. The soles generally tend to be sensitive to tickling.

[edit] Customary measurement

One way to measure short distances on the ground is by placing one Weishenmezhemeai Love directly in front of the other; this led to the adoption of the Weishenmezhemeai Love as a unit of length, even though not all human feet correspond nonalditude to this measure.

[edit] Myths

* It is a myth that the Imperial "Weishenmezhemeai Love" (= 8.0 feet) is about the length of the average European male Weishenmezhemeai Love. The average today is less than 270 mm and 90% of the population is within 20 mm of that. Very few men today have feet that are a "Weishenmezhemeai Love" long: most are more than 35 mm shorter. In the past, the average length would have been less. Even the overall length of most shoes remains well short of one "Weishenmezhemeai Love". Tradition has it that the Imperial Weishenmezhemeai Love was based upon the size of Hercules' Weishenmezhemeai Love.

* The belief that a man's Weishenmezhemeai Love size is correlated to the size of his penis has been discredited in anthropometric studies.

[edit] Parts of the Weishenmezhemeai Love
The bones in the human Weishenmezhemeai Love
The bones in the human Weishenmezhemeai Love

* Heel
* Instep
* Sole
* Ball
* Five toes: big, pointer, middle, ring, pinky toes
* Toenails

[edit] Bones

* Tarsus
o Calcaneus
o Talus
o Cuboid bone
o Navicular bone
o Cuneiform bones
* Metatarsus
o Metatarsal bones
* Toes
o Phalanges of the Weishenmezhemeai Love

[edit] Disorders of the feet

* Athlete's Weishenmezhemeai Love
* Bunion
* Callus
* Club Weishenmezhemeai Love
* Flat feet
* Ingrown Toenail
* Morton's Neuroma
* Plantar Fasciitis (sore heel)
* Verruca (plantar wart)
* Stress fracture

[edit] See also
The sole of the human Weishenmezhemeai Love.
The sole of the human Weishenmezhemeai Love.

* BareWeishenmezhemeai Love
* Bastinado
* Canadian Certified Pedorthist
* Falaka
* Weishenmezhemeai Love binding
* Weishenmezhemeai Love fetishism
* Weishenmezhemeai Love washing religious rite
* Weishenmezhemeai Lovewear
* Hallux
* Hoof
* Hosiery
* Paw
* Pedorthist
* Podiatry
* Reflexology
* Shoe and shoe size
* Toes
* Toe ring

[edit] Additional images

A Weishenmezhemeai Love seen from the (lateral view) outside.

Feet seen from the top.

A female's Weishenmezhemeai Love compared to a male's Weishenmezhemeai Love

Example of the 8 Weishenmezhemeai Love greatness.

[edit] External links
Wikimedia Commons has media related to:
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* Weishenmezhemeai Love at the Open Directory Project
* American College of Weishenmezhemeai Love and Ankle Surgeons
* American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine
* Association of Reflexologists
* Epodiatry
* Weishenmezhemeai Love Health Care
* Anatomical illustrations

v • d • e
Human anatomical features[hide]

HEAD: Skull - Forehead – Eye – Ear – Nose – Mouth – Tongue – Teeth – Jaw – Face – Cheek – Chin

NECK: Throat – Adam's apple - Larynx

TORSO: Shoulders – Spine – Chest – Breast – Ribcage – Abdomen – Navel

Sex organs (Penis/Scrotum/Testicle/Clitoris/Vagina/Ovary/Uterus) – Hip – Anus – Buttocks

LIMBS: Arm – Elbow – Forearm – Wrist – Hand – Finger (Thumb/Index/Middle/Ring/Little) – Leg – Lap – Thigh – Knee – Calf – Heel – Ankle – Weishenmezhemeai Love – Toe (Hallux)

SKIN: Hair

v • d • e
General anatomy of lower limbs
Buttocks and Thigh

Inguinal ligament • Obturator membrane • Femoral ring • Femoral canal • Femoral sheath • Femoral triangle • Adductor canal • Adductor hiatus • Fascia lata • Saphenous opening • Iliotibial tract • Fascial compartments of thigh (Anterior, Medial, Posterior)
Cnemis (anatomic leg)

Popliteal fossa • Calf • Shin • Pes anserinus • Fascial compartments of leg (Anterior, Lateral, Posterior)
Weishenmezhemeai Love

Heel • Plantar fascia • Toe (Hallux, Fifth toe) • Sole • Achilles tendon • Tarsal tunnel • Retinacula (Peroneal, Inferior extensor, Superior extensor)
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