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

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He left tool marks on the window of a property on Brisbane Grove and was arrested after his shoe prints were found at the scene.
SHOE prints left at a crime scene can be crucial in putting a perpetrator behind bars.
After a conventional divest layout, which has the added bonus of showing the average waiting times in each lane's queue, Copenhagen's eqo system requires travellers to walk through a traditional metal detector, used for primary screening, then an 'alarm' tells them to pause on a mat marked with an outline of shoe prints. The outline is positioned directly alongside a screening wall and, when the passenger stands upon the shoe prints, he or she is required to raise their arms in a 'surrender' position before holding that stance and turning through 360[degrees] as the security agent looks on.
Trackers, which also benefits from QSTP's expertise, is a software solution to help crime fighters rapidly identify and analyse shoe prints at a live crime scene.
He and Hattie sneaked into the snowcovered yard and noticed weird shoe prints about two feet in length in the snow.
Finally, on the basis of two different kinds of shoe prints and DNA evidence, the police arrested two suspects, Jason Bourgue and Daniel McAllister.
Forensic experts, clad in doctors' white scrubs, carry out different tests in eight laboratories where criminals are linked to evidence such as hair strands, shoe prints, chemicals, fingerprints and weapons used in crimes.
Melbourne, Nov 9 ( ANI ): Emma Thompson has cemented her place in Hollywood by adding her hand and shoe prints outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
Closer examination yields a gold mine of tactile imperfections: shoe prints crisscrossing the surface, bits of loose thread hopelessly stuck and halfblowing in the air conditioning, thick clots of paint and detritus, hesitation marks of all sorts, dirt, and oily bleedthrough from what may be some secret masterpiece hidden on the reverse of the canvas.
Emily said scenes of crime officers had found no fingerprints but she was hopeful that shoe prints may provide a lead.
Author Robinson (forensic science, the George Washington University) has based the text on the guidelines set out by the three Scientific Working Groups on best photographic practices for imaging technology, shoe prints, tire tracks, and fingerprints.
Meanwhile, Abu Dhabi Police are showing off their SICAR system, claiming it can identify shoe prints and tyre tracks from the scene of crimes in the UAE.