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  • dactyloscopy — n. procedure of identification by studying fingerprints …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • dactyloscopy —   n. comparison of fingerprints for identification …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • dactyloscopy — ˈläskəpē noun ( es) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary dactyl + scopy : identification by comparison of fingerprints; also : classification of fingerprints compare signalment * * * /dak teuh los keuh pee/, n. a method of studying… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Fingerprint — This article is about human fingerprints. For other uses, see Fingerprint (disambiguation) …   Wikipedia

  • Juan Vucetich — (July 20, 1858 ndash; January 25, 1925) was a Croatian born Argentine anthropologist and police official who pioneered the use of fingerprinting.Vucetich was born as Ivan Vučetić at Hvar in Dalmatia (then Habsburg Monarchy, now Croatia). In 1882… …   Wikipedia

  • fingerprint — /fing geuhr print /, n. 1. an impression of the markings of the inner surface of the last joint of the thumb or other finger. 2. such an impression made with ink for purposes of identification. 3. any unique or distinctive pattern that presents… …   Universalium

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