Some articles on barefoot:
... after completing I Saw It, Nakazawa began his major work, Hadashi no Gen (Barefoot Gen) ... Barefoot Gen depicted the bombing and its aftermath in graphic detail but also turned a critical eye on the militarization of Japanese society during World War II and on the sometimes abusive dynamics ... Barefoot Gen was adapted into two animated films and a live action TV drama ...
... and high sales of her first three cookbooks, she went on to write Barefoot in Paris and several columns for O, The Oprah Magazine ... Beautiful, a shelter magazine, features a monthly Garten column entitled "Ask the Barefoot Contessa." In this column, she gives cooking, entertaining, and lifestyle tips in response to letters from her readers ...
... publishing company Monolith Press and released a memoir entitled Dancing Barefoot ... Dancing Barefoot sold out three printings in four months ... O'Reilly acquired Dancing Barefoot, and published his extended memoirs, Just a Geek, in summer of 2004 ...
... Robert Craig (1967–85) and President Hyran Barefoot's (1987–1996) administrations enrollment increased from fewer than 1,000 students to more than 2,000 the Penick Academic Complex was enlarged ... Barefoot Student Union Building (1994) were constructed ...
... See also Barefoot The oldest confirmed footwear was discovered in Fort Rock Cave in the U.S ... the Egyptians, Hindu and Greeks, saw little need for footwear, and most of the time were barefoot ... increasing stature, and many preferred to go barefoot ...
More definitions of "barefoot":
- (adv): Without shoes on.
Example: "He chased her barefoot across the meadow"
Famous quotes containing the word barefoot:
“Give me a mysteryjust a plain and simple onea mystery which is diffidence and silence, a slim little, barefoot mystery: give me a mysteryjust one!”
—Yevgeny Yevtushenko (b. 1933)
“Ah! that thou couldst know thy joy,
Ere it passes, barefoot boy!”
—John Greenleaf Whittier (18071892)
“A young person is a person with nothing to learn
One who already knows that ice does not chill and fire does not burn . . .
It knows it can spend six hours in the sun on its first
day at the beach without ending up a skinless beet,
And it knows it can walk barefoot through the barn
without running a nail in its feet. . . .
Meanwhile psychologists grow rich
Writing that the young are ones should not
undermine the self-confidence of which.”
—Ogden Nash (19021971)