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52: Walking speed is proportional to pressure placed on the toe, and thus can be observed through a footprint. A slow gait will have a greater indentation at the back, a fast one at the front. A runner's footprint won't have any heel print at all.

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This is wrong. While I believe in exceptions,I swing my arms quite wildly in long arcs when I walk. I am extremely shy and self conscious and I avoid attention unless the situation completely calls for it. I am a typical introvert and I do lack confidence often.

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