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footprint

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

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This made me wonder if my burglar had a certain pathology or problem of the foot that could relate to the shoe print.
There, criminalists with degrees in biology or chemistry perform shoe print matches, trace analyses, narcotics identification and DNA comparisons (which takes weeks, not a few hours as depicted on TV).
Recently, the Court of Appeals in California addressed the use of digital imaging to enhance a shoe print in a criminal case.
They battled so desperately for life that no fewer than 75 fingermarks and a shoe print were found inside their tomb.
s Shoe print T-shirt, pounds 69, Paul Smith @ Cruise.
As Garry slowly interviews three other key witnesses, Jacques surveys Cedulie's property, and traces a high-heeled shoe print to a local exotic dancer, Samantha (Sandrine Bisson).
Police sources said a size 28 centimeter shoe print found in the house in Setagaya Ward where four family members were found dead suggests a suspect was wearing a pair of the shoes, for which British Slazenger has an exclusive manufacturing contract with a South Korean company.
A THUG left his shoe print on the face of his former partner in a brutal drink and cocaine-fuelled attack, a court heard yesterday.
Kenna and Paterson then repeatedly stamped on their victim, leaving a shoe print on his face, before dumping him in a stairwell and fleeing without checking to see if he was alive or dead.
The shoe print was identified as exactly the same style and make as an unusual pair of shoes owned by Morrison, police said.
The teenager was arrested days after Ms Hyde's body was discovered when police traced a training shoe print from the crime scene to a type he wore.
A shoe print found on a railing next to the wall of the tiger grotto is being checked against the shoes worn by the three friends.