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Members of a barefoot running club in Woburn toed the line when they took a jaunt around the neighborhood last October. Members of a barefoot running club in Woburn toed the line when they took a jaunt around the neighborhood last October. (File/Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Kevin Paul Dupont
August 22, 2010

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We all enter the world barefoot, our legs and feet not yet fit for running. We usually leave the world in our finest dress shoes, provided we have chosen a typical North American wake and funeral. Right to the end, we angst about what to wear on our feet and wonder what people will think about us when, even at ... (Full article: 1077 words)

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