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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 Nanteos > King Arthur | The lakes of Llydaw, Dinas and Ogwen are among a number which , it is claimed, contain the magical Excalibur while a stone reputedly bearing the hoof print of Arthur's horse Llamrai can be found on the banks of Lake Barfog near Betws y Coed.
The marker was built over a more ancient stone - Carn march Arthur - a stone supposedly marked by the hoof print of King Arthur's horse as it leapt from Moel Famau.
Also, like each member, sh has a small hoof print tattoo o the inside of her wrist.
I peeked inside the bushes to discover several piles of large droppings and a single large hoof print in the ground.
I actually measure the stride when I am on the trail, from the tip of the front hoof print to the heel of the rear hoof print.
A hoof print, lock of mane and brass nameplate complete the final work of art.
Riley blamed amateur female caddies for not raking the hazard properly and rapped: "It wasn't a proper caddie and I had to suffer in a hoof print.
It will be like that scene from Blackadder when the horse is brought into court to give a signed confession, using a hoof print.
The Fortum HorsePower service was launched this autumn also in Sweden, where there are already close to 3,000 horses leaving green hoof prints and producing energy through the service.