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What are the rubber parts underneath a shoe called?

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What part of speech is underneath?

It's a preposition.

Why do golf shoes have rubber soles?

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What do you use to clean the rubber on vans shoes?

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What is rubber tree sap called?

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What is the most expensive rubber shoe in the world?

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How does wearing rubber-soled shoes help electricians?

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Do the rubber soles on shoes wear out?

Yes they do due to how much you walk on them. When your soles start wearing out it's time to get new shoes!!!!!!
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Does shoes with rubber soles prevent electric shocks?

well rubber is an insulator and does not conduct electricity so this might help prevent anelectricity shock.

Why is a shoe called a shoe?

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Is plastic a better insulator then rubber shoes?

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