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  • n. Plural form of shoeprint.


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  • Key to prosecutorial charges was that "identical shoeprints at the crime scene and in the house where Cooper had been staying were made by Pro-Ked Dude tennis shoes, and that these shoes were distributed only to prisons and other institutions."

    Kevin Cooper: Victimized by American Injustice

  • His shoeprints were firmly embedded into the red carpet the other day.

    Buzzine » Anil Kapoor Interview

  • The carpet was white, and nobody wanted to walk on it for fear of leaving dirty shoeprints.

    Ridden to Distraction: Can't Afford to Pay Attention

  • I had a feeling this wasn't suicide as soon as I read the bit in the first news story about the other set of shoeprints.

    GreenCine Daily: Adrienne Shelly, 1966 - 2006.

  • So imagine how I felt this morning coming out to the car after breakfast to find two big shoeprints on the passenger side, one accompanied by a big deep dent in the door.


  • Officers are looking at tracks, shell casings, shoeprints.

    CNN Transcript Jun 12, 2008

  • We still have shoeprints there, partial fingerprint.

    CNN Transcript Aug 28, 2006

  • Only the result of this'this civility was to put his shoeprints on the carpet and his fingerprints on the stereo, a water glass, doorknobs and who knows what else?

    More Twisted Stories Vol II

  • So all of this evidence, plus the fact that there are shoeprints on a barrel, tells us precisely step-by-step over a period of time exactly what he did.

    CNN Transcript Oct 25, 2005

  • He found Delko in front of a computer monitor, two shoeprints next to each other on the screen.

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