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thumbprint

(thŭm′prĭnt′)
n.
A print made by the thumb, especially by the pad of the thumb.
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At Saipan in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), the thumbprint emperor is a numerically dominant reef fish species in Saipan Lagoon.
To improve the wellbeing of young Filipinos, Globe wants to adapt the successful and best-in-class Digital Thumbprint model of Optus for the local context.
He continued: "There was no explanation still from him how he left his thumbprint there.
Thumbprint has established this contest as part of its mission to encourage the development of small business in the community.
But the bank official told him that a person without an account at the bank has to give a thumbprint to cash a cheque.
Experts have matched the thumbprint with that of William Hughes, 39, and prosecutors allege he was one of Mr Furlong's attackers.
It is all secure and students have been given the option of a PIN number instead of reading their thumbprint.
Make Your Mark kicked off in eight countries in Africa and across the UK, calling on Prime Minister Gordon Brown and other world leaders to offer their support in the form of a thumbprint.
The thumbprint checks are now expected to go nationwide.
Should banks be able to require a thumbprint when you want to cash a check?
where your thumbprint begins to delineate interior chambers that echo a
The sensor is 7 mm thick with a thumbprint of about one square inch.