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    "Rescue aircraft and teams on foot have covered more than 275,000 square kilometres in search of wreckage or survivors"
    "They had one group on foot and another on horseback"


    Does "on foot" mean "walking" or "by walking" or both?

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    Re: On Foot

    Walking.

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