toe and heel

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toe and heel

n
(Automotive Engineering) a technique used by racing drivers while changing gear on sharp bends, in which the brake is operated by the toe (or heel) of the right foot while the heel (or toe) simultaneously operates the accelerator
References in classic literature ?
if you'll believe me, they have not been dancing five minutes, when suddenly the Carrier flings his pipe away, takes Dot round the waist, dashes out into the room, and starts off with her, toe and heel, quite wonderfully.
It's similar to tap dancing, but you use both toe and heel, whereas in tap you're on your toes,'' Ellery said.
Some of her favorite steppers include her Brian Atwood patent leather knee-high 5-inch-heel boots; her denim boots with red patent leather toe and heel by Dolce and Gabbana; and designs from Jimmy Choo, Giuseppe Zanotti, and Manolo Blahnik.
Heel to Toe Rocker: an aggressive rocker, the angle of the rocker is more pronounced at the toe and heel, typically used when a shoe needs to be stiffened
Toe and heel outers are reinforced with a special rubberized protection layer providing unsurpassed abrasion and scuff resistance, especially in prone positions.
Lee Rogers, president of Crush, stated: "Crush's step-in binding intellectual property broadly covers two major toe and heel attachment applications: (1) a boot that attaches to a binding mounted to a snowboard, and (2) a binding located inside the boot that attaches to existing strap systems.
Conventional skates have a blade attached to the toe and heel of the boot.