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footprint

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

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The linkable design permits processing modules to be added as needed in a compact configuration, resulting in footprint reductions up to 40% compared with radial footprints and allowing the fab to optimize tool throughput by eliminating bottleneck process chambers.
The TelAlaska installation is one more example of Aktino's ability to give a carrier the service footprint it needs to serve its customers effectively," said Bruce Kimble, president and CEO of Aktino.
A series of questions, divided into four parts related to the daily lifestyle, is asked in a multiple-choice format and the selected answers are processed to display how big an ecological footprint the individual leaves on the planet.
That's 54 pounds of oxygen-producing, atmosphere-cooling, carbon-sucking trees minus 4 pounds of negative carbon to produce 50 pounds of karma goodness that Tiny Footprint coffee drinkers are contributing to the environment with every sip of Tiny Footprint coffee.
A legible footprint with clear friction ridge minutiae provides the most certain form of identification available and, further, may be of more immediate value to law enforcement officials for the following reasons:
I believe that during our short time on this earth, we all want to make a significant contribution to mankind, to make a difference, to leave our footprints in the sands of time.
Product carbon footprint is the total of carbon dioxide emissions caused directly or indirectly by a product, behavior or service in the process of selecting raw materials, manufacturing, transporting, using and being discarded, while marking it on products is carbon footprint labeling and the marked pattern is a carbon footprint label.
If other family members wish to have a footprint medallion, duplicates are available for $25.
These second-generation products bring a further reduction in footprint, thermally enhanced QFN packaging, lower ripple and noise, and an increase in efficiency.
Method is taking a comprehensive approach to addressing its carbon footprint.
We use FootPrints for most of our business processes including internal/external support, online self-service, enhancement requests and bug tracking, vendor management, contract management, and site consultations," stated Jef Sutherland, Vice President of Information Services for Kampgrounds of America - North America's largest system of franchised and company-owned campgrounds.