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  • n. the integumentary pattern of the palm of the hand, sometimes also including that of the fingers
  • n. such a pattern used for identification purposes


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  • These were on their way to the lab for testing, specifically against the blood swipe in the Mitsubishi and the part-thumb and palmprint.

    Deadly Intent

  • He tried to stand, leaning against the wall with a bloody palmprint.


  • I used my own palmprint and made a shadowgram of my hand in the darkroom.

    Disinfotainment: February 2002 Archives

  • Diaadul stepped forward cautiously, laid her hand on the cool slab of the palmprint reader, and leaned forward until her veiled forehead rested on the edge of the lens.

    Proud Helios

  • According to the search, the Trehanna was from Yrigar on Trehan, and was known as Diaadul, widow of Innaris; beneath the letters was a series of bars that represented retinal and palmprint scans.

    Proud Helios

  • The door was locked down and secured, as it should have been, but there was a palmprint button by the side of the door.

    Roger MacBride

  • Makoma's palmprint found the fingerprints of two unidentified people.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Sgt Vermaak testified that he had found Mr Makoma's palmprint on the getaway car.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Then he saw a palmprint, the same dried color, and the pain in his heart sharpened.

    The Saracen: Land of the Infidel

  • Clarksville, AR - The former Russellville police chief says a bloody palmprint found on the lamp used in the murder of an Arkansas beauty queen was left by her boyfriend.

    Local Headlines - Channel 7


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