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Synonyms for fingermark

a smudge made by a (dirty) finger

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Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) was next with coverage of 98.6 per cent and fingermark on 94.8 per cent of surveyed children.
Punjab had 98.1 percent coverage and fingermarks on 95.6 percent of surveyed children while Sindh had 97.8 percent and fingermarks on 93.3 percent.
A recent technical paper has suggested that a phenomenon it calls "fingermark ridge drift" may cause an examiner to "erroneously report an inconclusive result where a positive identification may be justified." (146) Fingermark ridge drift is the appearance of movement of a single ridge impression in a mark as the mark ages.
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.
Multiplexed detection of metabolites of narcotic drugs from a single latent fingermark. Anal Chem 2010;82:9150-4.
The technology, originally developed by Professor Fred Rowell and his team at the University of Sunderland in 2005, means it is possible to use the fingermark analysis to eliminate suspects, from 100 down to two or three - saving time and money for police forensic units.
Available in AEG's Competence range, above, the AluTec finish is scratch and fingermark resistant, due to a special Eloxal chemical treatment.
"What we have here is a 2,000-year-old staging post on Watling Street," says Lynch, who can guide you to a 2,000-year-old fingermark stuck in a tile on one of the walls.
2 DO try to apply it yourself - particularly if you think that dress you're going to wear this evening would look good with red and white fingermark stripes just at that bit you couldn't quite reach round the back.
Among the business' products is 'Recover', said to be the only technology available worldwide for developing fingermarks on fired ammunition casings and bomb fragments.
The witness said he observed what he believed to be fingermarks on the front door of the house and there was a "blood-like substance" around these marks.
Techniques that acquire donor profiling information from fingermarks; a review.