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- The Doctrine of Signatures as fingerprint of the Divine
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- Germany says EU policies to stop migrants are not working
- EURODAC, which stands for European Dactyloscopy, is the European fingerprint database for identifying asylum seekers and irregular border-crossers. It is common knowledge that migrants refuse to be fingerprinted in the countries of entry in the EU, ...
- Fingerprinting as alternative to outdated visa regime system
- And I think that mandatory dactyloscopy is necessary for Russian citizens as well. Because considering the modern methods of work with documents, it is easy to fake our signatures. One of the methods of identification of citizens is fingerprinting.
- EU to Triple Border Agency Budget – EU Commissioner for Migration
- According to the commissioner, a dactyloscopy (fingerprinting) method will be introduced to help track migrants. The commissioner also called for a systematic approach to the problem of migration.
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- The hands are from people who have donated their remains to science. Jeroen Hofman. Gallery Image.
- Could your fingerprint reveal your perfect job? Scientists create scanner that
- Fingerprint identification, known as dactyloscopy, or hand print identification, is the process of comparing two instances of friction ridge skin impressions from human fingers.
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