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footprint

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

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Since he tries to trick Apollo into believing the cattle wandered away by disguising his footprints and their hoof prints, he is a trickster god of thieves.
He says he's even got proof - they left their distinctive hoof prints all over the ground.
A master of moonlight, Remington subtly modulated his pale colors to represent hoof prints in the snow, the horse's frozen breath, its harsh purple shadow, and twinkling stars in an azure sky.
Moscow Flyer and Dempsey landed on him and he had a fair few hoof prints on him.
The hoof prints roamed through the trees and then down a slope toward open country.
The tiny hoof prints are about as big as a man's thumbnail.
I don't think anybody wants that track that you see right now,'' Zito said, pointing toward a Churchill oval with hoof prints full of water.
They knew it was cross-eyed from its hoof prints in the dust.
Coleogyne shrublands support at least nine relatively large mammal species (Table 1) as indicated by large numbers of dung, paw and hoof prints, and grazed vegetation.
Blume notes that the name, ingredients and hoof prints design on the Cow Tracks packaging are all very similar to Moose Tracks.
The data could help rhino census-takers track and protect calves in the wild: Sumatran rhinos are so elusive they're counted by hoof prints.
To distinguish the 7 hoof prints, the size of the prints is a key.