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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 Unit also maintains databases, including the Anonymous Letter File, Bank Robbery Note File, National Fraudulent Check File, Watermark File, and Shoeprint File.
O'Brien, who had stamped on her face so hard he left a shoeprint, was jailed for 15 months yesterday.
In the house, forensic scientists found Cotterell's fingerprints and a shoeprint matching a boot owned by Cotterell.
Neil O'Brien, 41, drove 15 miles to Toni Milton's house where he stamped on her face so hard he left a shoeprint.
A shoeprint left on the door of the ransacked flat was later matched to one of his trainers and stolen property was found in a rabbit hutch in his garden.
A BRUTE who kicked his former wife's head like a football leaving a shoeprint on her face was jailed for 22 months yesterday.
But the heroin addict had left a shoeprint on the toilet seat, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
Grieveson's fingerprints were found on a window frame, the jury heard, and his trainers matched a shoeprint on a board in the house.
Shoeprints daubed in splattered blood colored the walkway.
When Richard became the Wine Director at The Little Nell in Aspen, Colorado, he had little problem filling in the large shoeprints left by the departing, Bobby Stuckey.
Budding forensic scientists will use real techniques such as identifying fingerprints and shoeprints, viewing hair fibre under a microscope and examining soil, rocks and algae.
Meanwhile, people and animals have taken liberties with the car, with shoeprints and paw prints visible on the vehicle body.