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  1. Footprints

    Footprints is the first album by Australian singer Holly Valance, released in the United Kingdom by London Records on 14 October 2002. The album was a success in the United Kingdom, where the first single "Kiss Kiss" reached the top position on the singles chart. Footprints peaked at number nine on the albums chart, selling over 100,000 copies and being certified Gold. In Valance's home country of Australia, success was similar. Footprints reached the top fifteen, sold over 35,000 copies, and was later certified Gold. All three of its singles also reached the top 3 on the singles chart. Footprints was also successful in Japan, where the album reached number nineteen on the Oricon albums chart and sold 159,606 copies. It was later certified Gold and became one of the big international successes of the year in that country.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of footprints in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of footprints in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

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  1. Matthew Bennett:

    [children] do silly things they dance around, they run around, they dont walk economically in one direction, it makes statistical sense that we should be finding lots of childrens footprints.

  2. Gina Szymanski:

    Work collaboration apps will likely have a long-term impact on office (space) similar to the impact that mobile shopping had on retail, corporate footprints will continue to shrink.

  3. Steve Salisbury:

    The giant footprints are no doubt spectacular, there's nothing that comes close( to this length).

  4. Matthew Bennett:

    Getting two sets of fossil footprints that interact, that show you the behavioral ecology, is very, very rare.

  5. Steve Brusatte:

    The reason why the site is so important is that these footprints were made in a lagoon. We know from the geology this was a lagoon, sauropods were making their foot prints while they were wading in the water … We have three different layers so that is three different time intervals. This is telling us these huge dinosaurs lived or at least moved through these lagoons fairly regularly over time. This was a normal part of their repertoire.

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