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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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Pawprints have not got back to me, but it has organised a small campaign of emails from people claiming to be happy clients.
Emma, who now runs her own rescue groupRuff Start Rescue, is caring for a dog called Chance that Pawprints brought to the UK.
We want to ensure that more trained dogs are ready to step into the pawprints of their predecessors, so we can reduce the length of this difficult waiting period."
But the Vales point out that a pet's eco pawprint goes beyond the carbon burden of pet food.
After reading even just a few of the experiences in Pawprints of Katrina, readers will not be able to put it down, or go about their lives unaffected.
PawPrints had long operated its own facility on campus, printing letterhead, envelopes, and photocopies, but it was hardly a heavy traffic area.
Coordinating pet and people products is inevitable, and Pfaltzgraff has already reached out with a matching Pawprints mug for pet owners.
However, the real inspiration for the story came to him more than two decades ago when he read a story about unexplainable lion pawprints discovered in the vicinity of Jerusalem.
was present on the floor of the Senate today, as is his right as a former Senator." Though a Nunn aide told the journal Science that playing footsie with lobbyists "[is]" not how Senator Nunn works," the pawprints of that old legislative fox, Long, were all over the amendment, which further provided that if the gp-160 project should fall through for any reason, "the Secretary of Defense may use these funds only for other AIDS research needs of the Department of Defense" (emphasis supplied).
He adds that reports of bear scat and bear pawprints at patches of L.
Her other works include Pawprints in the Snow, Show Me a Sign, and short stories published in four anthologies.
Dogs handed back for biting were later re-homed, with Pawprints charging further adoption fees for the same animal, but the new owners are not always being warned about the animal's behaviour.