fingermark


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Synonyms for fingermark

a smudge made by a (dirty) finger

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However, sexual offenders were less likely to consider the possibility of lubricant transferring onto their fingertips and then into fingermarks left at the scene, said the authors.
She had a scarf around her throat and when she pulled it off there were fingermarks around her throat.
NCIS: NEW ORLEANS Channel 5, 8pm An immigrant petty officer dies in an apparent suicide, though Loretta finds fingermarks around the neck that suggest he was strangled before being thrown off a bridge.
She said: "She had bruising on her left arm, which looked as if it was caused by fingermarks.
Small hand and fingermarks found on the inside of that door provided a poignant image of his desperate attempts to escape.
Judging by the small size of the fingermarks, they most likely had been made by women.
Only when serving at table - to protect plates and glasses from any fingermarks 39.
uk) No, not the stuff your auntie used to clean her knick-knacks, but Brasso Gadgetcare, a new alcohol-based solution to clean the screen on your smartphone or iPad which, let's face it, soon gets covered in fingermarks.
She also had a dislocated elbow, swollen jaw, fingermarks on her throat, torn shoulder muscles, head-to-toe bruising and internal bleeding.
Use easy to clean tiles or lino, scuff-proof paint, and if suitable fit a dado rail so you can paint a darker shade in an easy wipe silk finish on the lower part of the wall so fingermarks and scuffs won't be so obvious Don't use huge patterns for wallpaper which can overwhelm a small and often cluttered space Hallways, Corridors and Staircases by Leslie Geddes-Brown is published by Ryland Peters & Small, pounds 25
You see, where she points to a tired, faded wall covered in grubby fingermarks, tea stains and Blu-Tack residue crying out for a coat of emulsion, I see an alternative family album, evoking memories of the boys when they were young and irresponsible - well, younger - exciting and passionate domestic rows and a thousand Christmas cards from a galaxy of dearly loved friends, acquaintances, relatives and PR executives.
ALTHOUGH HENRY JAMES recognized in Edith Wharton the `fine benevolent fingermarks of the good George Eliot -- the echo of much reading of that excellent woman',(1) the contribution Eliot made to Wharton has not been given its due, and it is James himself who is traditionally regarded as the primary influence on her.
Someone put car wax on it to protect it, but it collected a lot of fingermarks and glass rings.