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Emily followed in her footsteps and had a remarkable career as a surgeon, institutional leader and head of a medical school for women.
Presumably, she has followed in the footsteps of her godmother, Captain Marvel, and become some sort of do-gooder.
I guess I had map-making in my blood, though I hadn’t planned to follow in my father’s footsteps.
Her career as a doctor may be one of the few things that will make her think twice about a full-time political career in her mother’s footsteps.
Rogers initially signed with George Washington in 2015, intent on following in his father’s footsteps.
For years, he had been asking doctors about his kidneys, concerned that he’d follow in his mother’s footsteps.
The move follows in the footstep of a proposed data protection law that was released in October and is currently under review.
Others believe that success lies in following in the footsteps of “greater” marketers and implementing their playbooks the best they can.
Since then, she has signed a nine-figure deal with the streaming service and producers like Ryan Murphy have followed in her footsteps.
Walk among piñon and juniper in the footsteps of artist Georgia O’Keeffe, who called this area home for many years, raft the Rio Chama, swim at Abiquiú Lake, or day-trip to Taos or Santa Fe.

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