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foot fault

foot fault
 n.— «TEI is highly concerned that even the slightest misstep—a mere foot fault—by a corporate employee could lead to Draconian personal penalties.» —“Misrepresentation of a tax matter by a third party” by John M. Allinotte, Glen S. Pye, David V. Daubaras, David M. Penney, et al. Tax Executive Jan. 1, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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