See also:foot-covering which consists of a
See also:sole of
See also:leather or other material attached to the sole of the foot by a thong of leather passing between the
See also:great and second toe, crossed over the instep and fastened
See also:round the
See also:ankle (see
See also:SHOE and
See also:COSTUME, section Greek and
See also:Roman) . Sandals are only worn regularly among the peoples of Western
See also:civilization by friars, though forms of them are found among the peasants in Spain and the Balkans . They have in
See also:recent times been adopted by the extreme
See also:advocates of hygienic
See also:dress, especially for
See also:children . In the early
See also:part of the 19th century a
See also:form of low,
See also:light slipper fastened by a ribbon crossed over the instep and round the ankle, and worn by
See also:women, was known as a
See also:sandal .
GEORGE SAND (1804-1876)
SANDALWOOD (from Fr. sandal, santal, Gr. oitvraXov,...
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