Toe hold

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1.(Wrestling) A hold in which the agressor bends back his opponent's foot.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Standout tracks include Buddy's Advice by Paul Butterfield's Blues Band, Toe Hold by Al Kooper, It's Been A Long Time Coming by Delaney & Bonnie, Understanding from Cold Blood, Roller Coaster by Blood, Sweat & Tears, Tower Of Power's Clever Girl and Make Your Move by The Electric Flag.
The Southern Illinois Made Expo apparently has caught a toe hold and appears to be growing in popularity.
Had the catch been taken by Carey, Australia would have taken two wickets in quick succession and must have got the required toe hold to pull themselves up and shift the momentum towards the world champions, which they could have utilised to rein in the Indian batsmen towards the end of the innings.
equities extended their rebound with the S&P 500 getting a toe hold above the 2,740 former support line again and the VIX equity volatility index 11.5% lower to the 14.88 area after failing to crack 20.0 on the trade turmoil earlier in the week.
The research specialist also found that the upper medium, executive and dual purpose (SUV and MPV) sectors of company car are set for the most significant change in fuelling policy, with hybrid alternatives replacing diesel models, while electric cars gain a toe hold.
He also found how easy it is to lose his grip on society - the tiny toe hold that separates "ordinary" life from one on the streets.
According to ( Yahoo , the UFC bantamweight champion revealed during an interview in the "Tommy Toe Hold Show" that the "Man of Steel" sequel would have been better if they've chosen her as Wonderwoman.
"If we do that then we get a toe hold back in the game.
Ranging from 50MW to 300MW, these projects have brought forth several enquiries from multi-national companies, with the intent of getting a toe hold into the African market, Bagatsing added.
TOE HOLD: Jason Euell scores in injury time to the delight of Bradley Wright-Phillips (inset)