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

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A tip-off that men seen running from the victim's property were accompanied by a dog prompted police to track foot and pawprints through residential streets and across a playing field.
You decide, but beware of the very large bear pawprints throughout the book
They have taken plaster casts of pawprints left by the animals and graphic photographs of dead sheep and badgers.
She is planning to launch Pawprints Appeal to train lots more hearing dogs in the new year.
The necessity of such precautions becomes apparent, however, once the film offers its first glimpse inside the cave--a dark wonderland of luminescent stalactites, the ground strewn with ancient pawprints and the skulls of long-extinct cave bears.
That is the controversial conclusion of a new book that calculates the carbon pawprints of our furry companions.
Officers at the Stepnovsky checkpoint plan to train other cats to follow in Rusik's pawprints.
If in the process of jumping up he puts muddy pawprints on a business suit, snags a pair of nylons, knocks down a small child, or otherwise does some kind of property damage--even if the damage is minor--be responsible and make amends: pay for the cleaning bill, purchase a new pair of nylons, buy the child an ice cream cone, or do whatever you need to do to repair the damage.
Pawprints of Katrina; pets saved and lessons learned.
Pawprints of Katrina: Pets Saved and Lessons Learned
We have a New York writer, Adriano Shaplin, working with the histories company to develop another history play that we're going to do in London - ironically not with the histories company, though their pawprints are all over it.
PAWPRINTS OF HISTORY: DOGS AND THE COURSE OF HUMAN EVENTS.