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

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The Federal Circuit interpreted Wolfskin's voluminous evidence on record as illustrating the "ubiquitous use of paw prints on clothing as source identifiers" in the marketplace such that consumers are conditioned to look for additional visual cues, such as text or color, for source identification (Wolfskin v.
STEP AHEAD Paw prints were spotted in the village of Montevrain as experts gave chase
com)-- Pennyroyal Studio Announces Custom Paw Print Pendants with Activist Cesar Millan.
If you go through, you should find the ornaments that have Bo's paw prints on them.
Summary: The Artist's Uggie marks his official retirement from showbiz by leaving his paw prints outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
He said: "I noticed what appeared to be rather large paw prints, so had a closer look and was amazed at the size of them.
When cops arrived at the scene, they cordoned off an area where paw prints had been found.
A police spokesman said one of the girls had been given paw prints going up her leg.
Investigators found paw prints and mud from the dog on the shotgun.
The full list of paw prints available can be viewed online at http://www.
It's a goof we're unlikely to forget; hundreds of little paw prints across the floor's mirror finish remind us every day.
By following a cougar mother's tracks, along with the much smaller paw prints of her four kittens, Quigley was able to determine that "all of the kittens had fed on an elk [that the mother] had killed, and then slept in the same spot--a tree 100 yards away," he says.