But the Social Security people required an FBI fingerprint check.
When they subsequently managed to fingerprint her, she seemed to have outdone Dillinger.
Another can had a fingerprint that belonged neither to her nor the brothers.
The more feminine, the more emotionally sensitive, the finer the fingerprint.
“Metabolism is as unique as a fingerprint, some people metabolize food very fast and others very slow,” says Plano.
When necessary, a fingerprint expert will testify in local court as to his findings.
“Such as fingerprint and retinal patterns,” said Lieutenant Nariaki.
The finger impressions were searched through the fingerprint files and the true identity of the deceased was established.
Not even a fingerprint on the telephone or revolver, except Gleasons own.
This number appears on the fingerprint card, name-index card, and photograph.
fingerprint fin·ger·print (fĭng'gər-prĭnt')
An impression on a surface of the curves formed by the ridges on a fingertip, especially such an impression made in ink and used as a means of identification.
A distinctive or identifying mark or characteristic.
An analytical method capable of making fine distinctions between similar compounds.
To take fingerprints of.
To identify by a distinctive mark or characteristic.
The impression or mark left by the underside of the tips of the fingers or thumbs. The impression is formed by a pattern of ridges on the skin surface. This pattern is unique for each individual and therefore can serve as a means of identification. (Compare DNA fingerprinting.)
Note: Fingerprinting is used extensively in criminal investigation, but it is also used as a means of identification by many organizations.