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footprint

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

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German tabloid newspaper, the Bild, has announced a 10,000 Euro reward to the person who'll return the cow safely and they claimed an 11-year-old schoolboy had found a fresh hoof print in woods near his home.
So perhaps we could consider the Alpha-38 Lyncis pair, which greatly resembles the star-pair paws of Ursa Major, as an unofficial fourth hoof print of the gazelle.
Except for bulk density, which was similar in both humps and hollows, soil physical condition at 0-0.05 m in the hump areas was not as degraded as in the hollow (hoof print) areas, whereas at 0.05-0.10m, soil physical condition in humps and hollows was similar (Table 2).
"A hoof print is a hole, and holes are wonderful things in nature," Rich says.
Ian Kerr, 57, was also left with a hoof print on his hand after the animal knocked him down in the loading bay at Royal Mail's delivery office in Stirling.
I tried to protect myself with my arms but it stamped on my backside and kicked out, hitting my elbow and leaving me with a hoof print on my hand.
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, she has a small hoof print tattoo on 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.