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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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Unexpectedly, a series of human footprints were found while testing deposits under a beach on Calvert Island.
Referring to The Guardian article, reducing the mileage of the average new car from 15,000 to 10,000 miles a year will save more than a tonne of CO2, about 15 per cent of the average person's footprint.
The project looks to adopt a comprehensive approach to carbon footprint calculations in road projects, including construction, usage, and maintenance.
From this we approximated a water footprint for unhusked rice.
Three African hunters and animal trackers have cornered an especially elusive prey--long-gone Stone Age people who left footprints in some of western Europe's decorated caves.
Eliza Porter, Clean Footprint's Chief Learning Officer will present this 30-minute webinar and assist Morrison in fielding questions during the question and answer portion of the presentation.
The footprint LRU4.2 shows a millimeter-thick layer within digit II and IV distal ends.
The WWF Living Planet Report 2014 says the UAE's Ecological Footprint has decreased since 2012, putting the country in third place on the footprint index.
* Components that do not fit the manufacturer's recommended footprint.
The results obtained point out that under equal load P, kN, and footprint area A, [m.sup.2] (therefore equal stress) the use of a circular footprint, rather than a rectangular one, determines an error [DELTA], %, in computed strains which ranges between 50-100% for longitudinal strain [[epsilon].sub.x] and transversal strain [[epsilon].sub.y] values, and which is about 10% for the vertical strain [[epsilon].sub.z] values.
Unique to JBT FoodTech, the modified cooker means that, for example, a manufacturer with a 4-rack cooker can now upgrade to a 5-rack cooker, or upgrade a 6-rack to a 10-rack, but on a 20 percent smaller footprint. The low footprint model is available on all rack sizes from 3-rack up to 10-rack.