indelible ink

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Noun1.Indelible ink - ink that cannot be erased or washed awayindelible ink - ink that cannot be erased or washed away
ink - a liquid used for printing or writing or drawing
marking ink - an indelible ink for marking clothes or linens etc.
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The meeting also decided that in order to ensure transparency in general elections, the ECP will use indelible ink marker rather using indelible ink and Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (PCSIR) Islamabad will give a certificate that the marker has all features and ingredients that indelible ink could have and the council will also certify that the marker will have similar using time as that of indelible ink.
So we had no options but to use indelible ink and then the queues nearly halved," he added.
Rishi said after the banks started using indelible ink to mark fingers of customers who have exchanged notes, the queues decreased.
INDELIBLE ink will be used to mark the fingers of people swapping scrapped currency notes at banks as authorities in India struggle to deal with the bedlam caused by the sudden demonetising of the country's highest-denomination bills.
Summary: New rule was not implemented on Wednesday because the consignment of indelible ink has not yet reached the state
India's government said it will mark the fingers of people swapping scrapped currency notes at banks with indelible ink as authorities struggle to deal with corruption and bedlam spawned by the demonetizing of the country's highest denomination currency | Left, an Iraqi special forces fighter looks at Islamic State positions through a periscope near the front line in eastern Mosul yesterday | A pile of 5,250 illegal weapons are burned by Kenyan police in Ngong, near Nairobi.
He explained that it is an indelible ink applied to the forefinger of voters to prevent people from multiple voting and can only be removed after a period of time.
Among the materials found were 23 brown envelopes marked Commission on Elections Pilipinas 2016, four bottles of indelible ink, sticker seals, a preshaded official ballot and 12 ballot secrecy folders.
The private firms failed to ensure the use of indelible ink for the printed ballot papers, which was found missing when some balloted bags were opened for re-counting the cast votes.
SIR Michael Stoute has had just a couple of runners at Redcar in the past five seasons, making the presence of Indelible Ink of huge interest in the British Stallion Studs EBF Yorkshire Regiment Maiden Stakes.
The 11 men, mostly elders, were seized by insurgents after they had voted in the election and got their index fingers dipped in indelible ink mutilated.