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HISTORY OF FINGERPRINTING

The long story of that inescapable mark of identity has been told and retold for many years and in many ways. On the palm side of each person’s hands and on the soles of each person’s feet are prominent skin features that single him or her out from everyone else in the world. These fea­tures are present in friction ridge skin which leaves behind impressions of its shapes when it comes into contact with an object. The impressions from the last finger joints are known as fingerprints. Using fingerprints to identify indi­viduals has become commonplace, and that identification role is an invaluable tool worldwide.

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Why does US Postal Service not deliver my mail at my address (Infographic)

The problem of not receiving mail through USPS can be due to several different reasons. First thing that needs to be realized is if this is a temporary issue at your current address that started over the past few days or if you recently moved to a new address and haven't received mail in several days since after your move.

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Why do People Procrastinate and How to Stop Procrastinating (Infographic)

What is Procrastination
Procrastination is defined as "to postpone needlessly."

Why do I Procrastinate
Different people procrastinate for different reasons and all of us do it to one degree or another.

Overcoming Procrastination
Overcoming procrastination is possible for most everyone. Procrastination is simply a habit you've incorporated into your life, and it can be changed just like any other bad habit by replacing it with a new habit. Follow 5 Simple Ways to Overcome Procrastination and Get Stuff Done!

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Basic Concepts Regarding Evidence in Court (Infographic)

Forensic specialists and fingerprint examiners collect and analyze physical evidence, specifically fingerprint evidence. A basic understanding of how physical evidence, such as fingerprints, is defined and the rules that apply to evidence is necessary to effectively present this evidence in court. So, let’s first review the basic concepts of evidence and the rules that must be followed to ensure that the fingerprint evidence is admissible in court.

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10 Simple Tips for Better Time Management (Infographic)

As an old adage says time flies over us, but leaves its shadows behind. There is no way to actually save time, put it away in your pocket and use it later just when you need it. However, there are ways to avoid wasting it. Here is a handy list of ten easy ways to put the time you have to better use

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