footbar

footbar

(ˈfʊtˌbɑː)
n
any bar designed as a footrest or to be operated by the foot
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The child's feet rest on an adjustable-height footbar with a textured surface that grips the soles of the child's feet or footwear.
But with "The Simpsons," "The X-Files" and NFL footbar, the Fox network is surely a player now, nipping at the heels of the former "Big Three.
For contrast, Henson gives us a black woman's memory of a cross being burned in front of her house in Corbin when she was a little girl and an interview with a black man who used to play footbar for a neighboring high school, who tells how frightened his team always was when it had to play Corbin, because, he says, they hated blacks-there, stoning the bus and once dropping a cinderblock through the windshield.