The degree of incline of a ship's leaning measured from the vertical
the bottom of a shoe or boot; the back part of a shoe or boot that touches the ground and provides elevation
list: tilt to one side; "The balloon heeled over"; "the wind made the vessel heel"; "The ship listed to starboard"
the back part of the human foot
follow at the heels of a person
perform with the heels; "heel that dance"
cad: someone who is morally reprehensible; "you dirty dog"
Bread is a staple food prepared by cooking a dough of flour and water and frequently additional ingredients. Doughs are usually baked, but in some cuisines breads are steamed, fried, or baked on an unoiled skillet. It may be leavened or unleavened. ...
Heel is a developer, producer and distributor of homeopathic preparations. It was founded in 1936 by Hans-Heinrich Reckeweg. Heel has offices in 40 countries worldwide including the United States where it is located in Albuquerque, NM.
Gears have a wide range of unique terminology known as gear nomenclature. Many of the terms defined cite the same reference work.
Heel is a town in the southeastern Netherlands. It has been a part of the municipality of Maasgouw since January 1, 2007. Before, it was a separate municipality covering Heel, Panheel, Beegden and Wessem. Before 1991, the official name of the municipality was Heel en Panheel.
In professional wrestling, a heel (also known as a rudo in Lucha libre) is a villain character. In non-wrestling jargon, heels are the "bad guys" in professional wrestling storylines. They are typically opposed by a babyface or more simply, face (crowd favorite). ...
Heeling is the lean caused by the wind's force on the sails of a sailing vessel.
(HEELS) To he laid by the heels; to be confined, or put in prison. Out at heels; worn, or diminished: his estate or affairs are out at heels.
(Heels) A classic heel is the polar opposite of a face. A heel will scheme and cheat to win a match, often attacking an opponent from behind. Heels go out of their way to insult fans and alienate themselves from spectators. ...
(Heels) means small quantities of natural, depleted or low-enriched uranium (to a maximum of 20 percent), in the form of uranium hexaflouride (UF6) left in emptied transport cylinders being returned to suppliers after delivery of the product.
The part of a padlock shackle which is retained in the case when in the unlocked position.
the corner of a chisel, knife, or gouge bevel which meets the back of the blade and polishes the cut.
To temporarily tip or lean to one side.
This noun comes from the verb aqav ^[str:6117] and means "to grab the heel." meaning "he grabs the heel." From this verb comes the name ya’aqov ^[str:3290] (Jacob, the second born of Isaac) meaning "he grabs the heel. ...
The part of shoe that is attached under the heel of foot, and which varies in height and material according to the style of the shoe. In dress shoes, the heel is often fabricated separately from the shoe's sole.
The “bad guy” wrestler or “villain”. A heel is booked so that the fans dislike him/her usually to help the face become more popular with the crowd. The top or main Heel on the RAW roster would be considered Triple H. The top on Smackdown would be Brock Lesnar.
A strip of bark and wood remaining at the base of a side shoot cutting pulled off a main shoot. Some cuttings root more readily if a heel is attached.
The boat turns over onto its side, because the weight distribution is not correct (not hiking out enough)
is when a player propels the ball behind him/her with the sole or heel of his/her foot.
the part of the boot attached to the rear, or seat, of the sole. The heel comes in any shape and height imaginable and should be constructed to add support, comfort, and form to the overall boot design.