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dactylography

(ˌdæktɪˈlɒɡrəfɪ)
n
(Law) chiefly US the scientific study of fingerprints for purposes of identification
ˌdactyˈlographer n
dactylographic adj
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dactylography

the study of fingerprints. — dactylographer, n. — dactylogram, n. — dactylographic, adj.
See also: Fingers and Toes
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dactylography

The study of human fingerprints, especially as a means of identification.
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Translations

dactylography

n. dactilografía, estudio de las huellas digitales.
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Dactylographer, trained by Peter Walwyn for Paul Niarchos and ridden by Pat Eddery, just gets the better of Julio Mariner and Home Run in the William Hill Futurity (now the Racing Post Trophy) at Doncaster.