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

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Pawprint and Wight Safaris are available free from Wightlink by calling 0871 376 1000 or visiting www.
Director Paul Bailey, from Pawprint Theatrical Productions, said: "We hope Eco Girl will not only captivate children's imagination but also spread a serious message.
We wanted to create an opportunity for people nationwide to participate and support these real-life canine heroes and their handlers," said Lara Strazdin, manager of external relations at Iams, "We hope New Yorkers will also participate in the cause by purchasing Pawprint signs at participating area retailers.
Jasper, the subject of the book will pawprint the books for guests, and a portion of the proceeds from sales will be donated to Guide Dogs of America.
Women are being asked to post pictures of themselves without make-up - but with a pawprint sold in boots or online - in the run-up to the event on November 14.
STARS such as Lorraine Kelly, Olivia Colman and Michelle Keegan have banned the slap by ditching their make-up to encourage people to raise money for BBC Children in Need They are among a number of wellknown names who have bared their skin for the charity and are instead wearing just a Pudsey Bear pawprint on their faces.
Farm welcomes dogs and they travel free with Wightlink, which has Pawprint guide at www.
It had a white mark on its back shaped like a cat's pawprint.
4) The contracted renal pelvis with dilated calyces has been likened to the pawprint of a bear; hence the diagnostic bear paw sign.
uk/programmes/b008dk4b/profiles/cin-bearfaced-2012) web page directs that women can by the signature, "Pudsey Pawprint Tattoo," at their local post office starting Nov.
First on the itinerary was Firestone Copse, which features in the latest Pawprint guide to the best dog-friendly pubs, walks and accommodation.
It welcomes dogs, preferably wellbehaved ones, and as if to prove it, ferry operator Wightlink has launched a new guide - Pawprint - for holidaying hounds and accompanying families.