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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 examination of the handkerchief, the numberless little round scarlet stains, the impression of drops which I found in the tracks of the footprints, at the moment when they were made on the floor, prove to me that the murderer was not wounded at all.
com)-- Representatives from Clean Footprint, Central Florida's leading solar development and finance company are attending PV America 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts on June 23rd through June 25th, 2014.
The theft at Bendrick Rock was of a footprint belonging to a Teleosaurus - a type of crocodile.
The ecological footprint is a measure of human demand on the earth's ecosystems, and helps to measure land and sea area that is used to produce resources.
Whenever sensational crimes such as baby-switching or the abduction of infants or young children appear in the news, interest in footprint identification techniques increases.
They understand that no two persons' footprints are exactly the same, but each person is capable of leaving a footprint.
For a contribution of $100, a baby's footprint is etched on a silver medallion measuring 3-1/8 inch in width, along with his or her name and birth date.