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Verb
/ˈfiNGgərˌprint/,
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fingerprints, plural;
  1. Record the fingerprints of (someone)
    • - I was booked, fingerprinted, and locked up for the night
Noun
  1. An impression or mark made on a surface by a person's fingertip, esp. as used for identifying individuals from the unique pattern of whorls and lines
    • - the police had his fingerprints on file
  2. A distinctive identifying characteristic
    • - the faint chemical fingerprint of plastic explosives

  1. take an impression of a person's fingerprints
  2. a print made by an impression of the ridges in the skin of a finger; often used for biometric identification in criminal investigations
  3. a generic term for any identifying characteristic; "that tax bill had the senator's fingerprints all over it"
  4. fingermark: a smudge made by a (dirty) finger
  5. A fingerprint in its narrow sense is an impression left by the friction ridges of a human finger. In a wider use of the term, fingerprints are the traces of an impression from the friction ridges of any part of a human hand or foot. ...
  6. Fingerprint is the title of an album by Mark Heard, released in Europe in 1980 on Palmfrond Communications. Heard later named his record label, Fingerprint Records, and home studio, Fingerprint Recorders, after this album.
  7. In computer science, a fingerprinting algorithm is a procedure that maps an arbitrarily large data item (such as a computer file) to a much shorter bit string, its fingerprint, that uniquely identifies the original data for all practical purposesA. Z. Broder. ...
  8. In public-key cryptography, a public key fingerprint is a short sequence of bytes used to authenticate or look up a longer public key. Fingerprints are created by applying a cryptographic hash function to a public key. ...
  9. Peptide mass fingerprinting (PMF) (also known as protein fingerprinting) is an analytical technique for protein identification that was developed in 1993 by several groups independently. ...
  10. (Fingerprints (album)) Fingerprints, released in 2006, is Peter Frampton's first instrumental album, and features guest appearances from friends and musical acquaintances, as well as Frampton's signature effect, the talkbox.
  11. The unique natural pattern of ridges on the tips of the fingers; The patterns left on surfaces where uncovered fingertips have touched; Unique identification for public key in asymmetric cryptosystem; To take somebody's fingerprints
  12. (Fingerprinting) (verb) Method by which oil can be determined to have originated from a particular source. Also referred to as hydrocarbon profiling. ...
  13. (FINGERPRINTING) A system allowing a cell phone to be uniquely identified by its radio transmission" fingerprint", thereby reducing fraud.
  14. (Fingerprinting) A technology to protect multimedia from unauthorized reproduction which embeds a unique ID into each user's copy that can be extracted to help identify culprits when an unauthorized leak is discovered. ...
  15. (Fingerprinting) All applicants for New York certification are required to complete fingerprint supported criminal history background checks.
  16. (Fingerprinting) Printers 'fingerprint' their presses with a variety of different papers. In fact, they often have specific performance data for the combination of paper, press, and pre-press techniques being used. Printers can be invaluable in helping specify a sheet.
  17. (Fingerprinting) SBEC sends a fingerprinting packet to the candidate at the time s/he applies for an initial certificate or Probationary Certificate.
  18. (Fingerprinting) Sending strange packets to a system in order to gauge how it responds to determine the operating system.
  19. (Fingerprinting) Smart file type detection. A technology that scans email attachments in search of forbidden file formats (e.g. *.exe) in order to prevent them from concealed with modified file extensions.
  20. (Fingerprinting) The characteristic two-dimensional paper chromatogram obtained from the partial hydrolysis of a protein or a nucleic acid.
  21. (Fingerprinting) The process of identifying contributors by determining their addresses, occupations, employers, economic interests, political and ideological affiliations, and spouses and children who may have contributed.
  22. (Fingerprinting) The process of identifying overlapping regions at the ends of DNA fragments.
  23. (fingerprints) Reproductions of unique finger marks, which are used to identify people.
  24. (Fingerprints) Impressions or reproductions of the distinctive pattern of lines and grooves on the skin of human fingertips.
  25. (Fingerprints) Name Tags. ” Hello My Name Is” stickers that artists tag up and leave around town. – Originated by MS7