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footprint

The area of land physically occupied by a building, including its square footage and shape.

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0 specification with wide margin with a small foot print and minimum BOM cost.
The small foot print (190x190 mm) and very light weight (0.
For lighter utility applications, such as golf course maintenance, snow removal or municipal and park maintenance, the Scout offers versatility with a light foot print.
The company will utilize this network of resources and their knowledge of automatic identification/data capture technologies, supply chain and logistics processes, and vertical market business drivers to strengthen PEAK's foot print and resources.
Asare also cites Pactolus' efficient and highly manageable foot print, easy integration within existing data and wireless infrastructures, extensibility, and its overall market vision and support as key advantages.
Washington, November 13 (ANI): Robert Pattinson still can't believe that he had the honour of putting up his hand and foot prints in cement outside the landmark Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles.