Shoe insert

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 13 Apr 2018, Friday

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Podiatrists have molded custom orthotics to address patients foot malformations. Over the years they have developed numerous means to create the basis for their molds; plaster casts, foam box impressions, or three-dimensional computer imaging. None is very accurate: all produce proper fit under 80% of the time.

Manufacturers of these products choose various materials.

The firm or flexible models might require a period of adjustment. Depending on the severity of the arch collapse and the body’s previous conditioning in response to that collapse, sudden readjustment can seem painful. Many attribute the feeling to walking on a walnut. It is recommended new users build up to wearing firm arch supports, starting with only a couple of hours the first day and adding an hour each successive day until the foot is adjusted to full-time usage. To mitigate this adjustment period, many manufacturers sell covering pads or have different gradations to build up to solid support. Some manufacturers cover their products in leather, which somewhat moderates the intensity of the correction while also adding to the stylistic look.


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In mathematical logic, the Paris–Harrington theorem states that a certain combinatorial principle in Ramsey theory, namely the strengthened finite Ramsey theorem, is not provable in Peano arithmetic, but true in its standard models. This was the first “natural” example of a true statement about the integers that could be stated in the language of arithmetic, but not proved in Peano arithmetic; it was already known that such statements existed by Gödel’s first incompleteness theorem.

The strengthened finite Ramsey theorem is a statement about colorings and natural numbers and states that:

Without the condition that the number of elements of Y is at least the smallest element of Y, this is a corollary of the finite Ramsey theorem in K P n ( S ) {\displaystyle K_{{\mathcal {P}}_{n}(S)}} , with N given by:

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