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The answer TOESHOE has 7 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of toeshoe in various dictionaries:
noun - a dance slipper without a heel
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|It has a tip for a ballerina|
|Footwear that might be right on point|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Nov 18 2017 The Washington Post|
|Nov 18 2017 L.A. Times Daily|
|Jun 5 2017 New York Times|
|Oct 17 2016 Newsday.com|
|Feb 24 2016 The Washington Post|
|May 15 2009 Wall Street Journal|
|Oct 15 2006 New York Times|
|Toeshoe might refer to|
|Toeshoe might be related to|
The Touhou Project (Japanese: 東方Project, Hepburn: Tōhō Purojekuto, lit. Eastern Project), also known as Toho Project or Project Shrine Maiden, is a series of Japanese bullet hell shooter video games developed by the single-person Team Shanghai Alice. Team Shanghai Alice's sole member, ZUN, independently produces the games' graphics, music, and programming.Plots in the Touhou Project games revolve around the strange phenomena occurring in Gensokyo, a fictional realm inhabited by humans and yōkai, supernatural beings. Prior to the events of the games, Gensokyo was sealed off from the outside world by a magical barrier. The main protagonist of the series, Reimu Hakurei, is a shrine maiden who manages the border, fighting antagonistic yōkai. The first five games were produced for the Japanese NEC PC-9801 computer series; bullet hell mechanics were introduced in the second game, Story of Eastern Wonderland. The Embodiment of Scarlet Devil, released in August 2002, marked a shift to the Microsoft Windows platform, bringing the games to a larger audience. Several sequels followed, including spin-off fighting games that diverged from the series' traditional mechanics.|
* The series was inducted into the Guinness World Records in October 2010 for being the "most prolific fan-made shooter series". The Touhou Project has spawned a media franchise including commercial fan books, music, light novels, manga, and several fanmade anime in addition to the main series.