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 n.— «We also had this workshop at school today, about the environment en bioindustry and stuff. It was quite interesting, amazingly. We had to see how much we ate, out “foodprint” or something. How much square kilometres (?) are needed to provide the energy you use by eating/doing other stuff. Anyway, my “foodprint” was 0.34 sq. km, the average of Holland was 1.67 and most in our class had around 1.» —by Inge De liefde voortaan (Oss, Noord Brabant., Netherlands) May 16, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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