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footprint

Paediatrics
The inked impression of the plantar surface of an infant’s foot and toes placed on an official document, which may be needed for  supplementary identification as it reflecs the infant’s unique dermatoglyphic pattern.

Vox populi
A popular term for the surface area occupied by a fixed object or piece of equipment.

footprint

An impression of the foot, esp. an ink impression used for identification of infants.
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8220;Our company is able to monetize tax incentives for solar technology, which eliminates the upfront cost of the equipment and construction,” said John Kluwin, Managing Partner of Clean Footprint.
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Instructors should emphasize the value of footprinting infants, explain how fingerprint and footprint friction ridge identifications are made, provide examples of ink and inkless methods for recording footprints, and explain and illustrate the difference between legible and illegible footprints.
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The children's footprints are etched in silver medallions installed on the ``Footprints of the Future'' wall on the hospital's third floor, a new program where families can commemorate the arrival of new life and support the hospital at the same time.
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The TelAlaska installation is one more example of Aktino's ability to give a carrier the service footprint it needs to serve its customers effectively," said Bruce Kimble, president and CEO of Aktino.
I look at the large ones and imagine a man, Leaving his footprints as to work he ran, The medium ones of a woman so neat, Small ones those of a child's dancing feet.