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foot·bag

 (fo͝ot′băg′)
n.
1. A small round bag filled with plastic pellets or other material and used in games that require its being kept aloft with the feet.
2. Any of the games in which such a bag is used.

footbag

(ˈfʊtˌbæɡ)
n
1. (Ball Games, other than specified) the sport of keeping a small round object, usually a beanbag, off the ground by kicking it
2. (Ball Games, other than specified) a small beanbag that is kicked around
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With no foot bag, there's never any need for a clean-out and the seat keeps you off the ground.
Packed full of features--zippered foot bag, mesh viewing ports, flagging holes and shoulder straps--it folds to 44 inches, and sets up in seconds without any pins.
He made five prototypes before he was finally happy and the result is a three and a half foot bag shaped like a slab of meat.
To put that 700 yards into perspective--the average home owner purchases a three-cubic foot bag of mulch at the local home-improvement store and it takes nine of those bags to make up one standard yard.
An insulated foot bag will protect lower extremities, and a zippered foot access makes for easy clean out.
A six foot bag snatcher was quickly brought to book by a 60-year-old shopper and his wife.
An insulated foot bag helps keep you warm on the coldest days, and It has FA's signature folding doors that easily swing aside when it's time to shoot.
This blind is loaded with features, including a large zippered foot bag for easy clean out, see-through mesh that covers your face, flagging ports and a removable shell bag.
2 cubit foot bags of compost--on display during the open house.
LEFT Bolero created from a souvenir tea towel, from pounds 15 ABOVE Jan Croot at work creating clothing from second hand materials ABOVE Remnant tweed and floral curtaining jacket, pounds 35 ALONG THE FOOT Bags created from and array of vintage cottons BELOW: Bolero created from vintage fabric, from pounds 15 RIGHT One of Jan's bags created from vintage fabrics sourced from charity shops and car boot sales across the region
Heavy Lifter--must be able to frequently and regularly unload trucks and load into customer's cars cases of paint and horse, cattle and poultry feed (50 lbs), 3 cubic foot bags of mulch (60 lbs.
During the reign of Henry VIII soles reaching 6' inches wide were common and known as foot bags.