Definitions

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  • n. A radiologic sign found on a lateral C-spine radiograph, with a thickened free edge of the epiglottis resembling the distal thumb, that suggests a diagnosis of epiglottitis.

Etymologies

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thumbprint +‎ -ing

Examples

  • David Canton of eLegal wrote in the London Free Press recently that the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has found the thumbprinting to be a violation of privacy.

    LSAT Thumbprinting a Privacy Violation : Law is Cool

  • Their conclusion is that thumbprinting were never intended for their expressed purpose, let alone meeting their purpose.

    LSAT Thumbprinting a Privacy Violation : Law is Cool

  • And is the fraud-deterrent value of thumbprinting proportional to its privacy invasiveness?

    LSAT Thumbprinting a Privacy Violation : Law is Cool

  • Since the acting governor is a PDP man, the claim was that PDP was supervising the thumbprinting to win from the backdoor.

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  • Another prominent allegation was that thumbprinting of ballots was on in the Ekiti government house as at Tuesday this week.

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  • Tennessee House to vote on end to gun thumbprinting

    tennessean.com - Top News from The Tennessean, MUSIC CITY U.S.A

  • Keat Kolney says she purchased 450 hectares of land from the Kong Yu villagers in August 2004 for a rubber plantation, but lawyers from the Community Legal Education Centre (CLEC) filed a criminal complaint on behalf of the village in January 2007, saying Keat Kolney tricked them into thumbprinting transfer documents.

    KI Media

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