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footprint

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

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For more information about Pam's Pawprints Appeal, visit www.
Last year when Trinity opened its new "technology commons" in the Coates Library, PawPrints found a new home--and new management by FedEx Kinko's (www.
Anita Twigger, founder of Pawprints Dog Rescue said: "We have been overwhelmed by the donation made to us by Lucy's family, but even more so by the community that has come together to find a way that truly honours Lucy by supporting a cause that she felt so passionate about.
The campaign simply asks for women to spend a day without makeup and pop on a Post Office Pawprint instead.
THESE cute puppies will soon prove they really are man's best friend - when they follow in the pawprints of their assistance dog parents.
For the under sevens the popular Pawprints in the Summer Sky show stimulates young imaginations as they discover dot-to-dot pictures of animals and mythical creatures in the night sky.
Razldazl Jayfkay's victory completedasecond-roundtreble for Ruth following in the pawprints of Razldazl Rioga and Razldazl Bugatti the previous night,andIreland'smemorable starttothepremierClassicwas alsohighlightedonSaturdayby a fantastic run from Michael O'Donovan'sJudicialRuling.
There are no puma pawprints on forest paths here, or sloths hanging in the trees above.
STUNT dog Kyte won millions of fans as loveable stray Wellard in TV's EastEnders - and her grandson is now following in her pawprints.
They rake your furniture to bits, bring fleas into the house, put muddy pawprints on your floor and often your work surfaces and tables.
And whether it's mopping up everyday spills, or more demanding jobs like cleaning windows, polishing furniture or stopping your dog putting muddy pawprints all over the house, you need a super-absorbent paper towel that you can really put through its paces.
TODAY: At weekends until January 4, stargazers under seven are invited to join the scientists at the Techniquest science centre, Cardiff, for an event called Pawprints in the Night Skies.