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

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Where hoofprints appear, they're now behind the trees bearing cameras.
"It could have been a disaster, but the runners were headed to the nearside rail anyway after the change in ground," explained Sweeney who dismounted from Carbon Hoofprint soon after the line following the two-and-a-halflength win over Mr Udagawa.
"It was a good effort by Carbon Hoofprint, because we feared he wouldn't like the soft ground," added Sweeney.
But Daddy is smarter than the rustlers and he leaves a telltale path of hoofprints for his kids to follow as he travels the country.
After the Festival, there are around 4million hoofprints on the racecourse!
A full-brother to Lucarno, who completed the Voltigeur and Leger double in 2007, he attempts to follow in those hoofprints after quickeningfromthefrontto make all ahead of Main Sequence in thatrecognisedLeger trial at York last month.
1855: The "Devil's Footprints" appeared in snowbound South Devon - reportedly, between 40 and 100 miles of cloven hoofprints, eight inches apart in a single line and measuring four inches by two.
Giant's Causeway was narrowly beaten in the Breeders' Cup Classic on his final start as a racehorse, and O'Brien would love to see Await The Dawn follow in the hoofprints of his father.
Red hoofprints lead the reader from the endpaper across the title page to the first page which shows us a smiling donkey above the astonishing statement that 'My uncle's donkey is allowed in the house!' What follows is a series of situations in which the donkey is shown doing everyday human activities such as reading the newspaper, watching TV, playing hide-and-seek and sleeping on a bed.
COUNTRYSIDE: Having authored the book, Hoofprints in the Sand, and recently read the letter to the editor about equine ethics which questioned my integrity and compassion for the equine, I felt it necessary to respond.
Here's another piece of wisdom about waterholes which somebody might have chucked a canister of cyanide into: Hoofprints both arriving and departing don't mean squat.
The trainer-jockey combination landed last year's renewal with Denman and 2008 Gold Cup third Neptune Collonges is set to follow in his mighty hoofprints.