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identifying mark left by part of an animal's anatomy. The print left by the nasolabial plane is sometimes used as an identification.
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Locala said it was no longer using print-outs for health visitors and staff were now ordered to immediately shred anything with identifiable information on following a meeting or appointment.
A black balaclava was also recovered from the car as well as AA routefinder print-outs from Manchester to Devon.
The Labour front bench were seen reading print-outs of the Evening Standard front page which was published on Twitter before George Osborne addressed MPs.
Spread on the table in front of her are some print-outs of cheaper, but not really cheap, properties.
The study, headed by Elizabeth Martin, a researcher and doctoral student at the University of Missouri, asked patients to bring in print-outs of their Facebook profiles and activity and correlated that data with the results of self-report tests.
I had to go to his work and show him the print-outs.
The portraits are all digital print-outs of the artist's work and the gallery made sure to inform us that there was "no photoshopping" in any of the pictures.
Till now, consumers visiting the cafe were required to carry print-outs of the deals being offered under this section.
Lynsey Colling, prosecuting, said police who seized Winnard's computer also found print-outs in his car and in a hold-all, where they also found children's underwear.
Users to easily 'go green' with the new range of MFPs with the Eco Print button, which allows for economic and easy print-outs in 2-up and 600dpi resolution, saving paper, toner, and time, the statement said.
This helps keep documents secure by requiring users to swipe a card at the print station before print-outs are released.
This amazing CD-Rom is packed full of film clips, games, activities, puzzles, print-outs and an exclusive "Dance like a Chipmunk" video routine.