print


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

print

identifying mark left by part of an animal's anatomy. The print left by the nasolabial plane is sometimes used as an identification.
References in periodicals archive ?
Heat-transfer labeling technologies provide a direct print, no-label-look appearance on the container while providing maximum durability against scuffing, scratching and chemical exposure.
Printing was free for students, who seemed to print anything and everything.
In addition to the ability to produce shorter print runs, it gives users the ability to change content from one document to the next.
Print Manager Plus supports SQL, Access, and ODBC compliant databases.
Harold Love, Scribal Publication in Seventeenth-Century England; Arthur Marotti, Manuscript, Print, and the English Renaissance Lyric; and Mark Rose, Authors and Owners: The Invention of Copyright.
Crucial fingerprint evidence linking the perpetrator to the victim must be right there, but, until recently, attempts to retrieve those prints rarely met with success.
says an increasing demand for information, coupled with production economies achieved by desktop publishing and other new technologies, has brought a boom to the print industry.
The UniPrint Client is feature rich and easy to use, allowing end users to print to any printer defined on their workstation, or to use the built-in functionality to save or email any of the documents in PDF Format," commented Rouse.
Label printers and printer applicators in direct thermal and thermal transfer models for barcode labeling applications print on pressure-sensitive labels with printing speeds from 2-8 in.
By the year 2010, estimates show that offset volume may increase slightly as the total print market continues to expand, but its share of the market will have dropped to about 40%.
In 1991, the author conducted a lip print study, comparing the lip prints of 150 individuals, ranging in age from 4 to 85 years of age.