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  1. Footsteps

    Footsteps is the lead single by American rock band Pop Evil from Up, their fourth studio album.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of footsteps in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of footsteps in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of footsteps in a Sentence

  1. Philippe Bulauitan:

    We grew up being inspired and admiring our dad for how he served his community and how hard he works, and for us, the ultimate sign of respect is that all three of us followed in his footsteps. For someone who has cared for us our entire lives, to have the opportunity to help care for him and help save his life, itwas the best thing we couldve done.

  2. Matthew Bennett:

    The story that we can read from the tracks is that the humans were stalking; following in the footsteps, precisely in the footsteps of the sloth, while it was being distracted and turning, somebody else would come across and try and deliver the killer blow. It's an interesting story and it's all written in the footprints.

  3. Baslo:

    Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the wise seek what they sought.

  4. Mohamed Mohamed:

    I knew Beth Powell was the first African American woman to get Beth Powell pilot's license, Beth Powell was the first to do it so Beth Powell inspired the next generation to follow Beth Powell footsteps and know that they can also be what they want to be.

  5. Shah Asad Rizvi:

    When the melody plays, footsteps move, the heart sings, and the spirit begins to dance

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