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identification

noun appellation, ascertainment, association, certification, characterization, classification, comparison, corroboration, definition, denomination, description, designation, detection, discernment, disclosure, identity classification, identity comparison, identity verification, label, proof of domicile, proof of identity, proof of residency, recognition, recollection, signature, signification, substantiation, verification
Associated concepts: extrajudicial identification, laws, naaional identification cards, lineup, voter identification
Foreign phrases: Ex multitudine signorum, colligitur identiias vera.The true identity of a thing is shown from a nummer of signs. Nihil facit error nominis cum de corpore constat. An error in the name is of no consequence when there is certainty as to the person.
See also: classification, connection, credentials, definition, denomination, designation, discovery, earmark, fingerprints, label, recognition, relation, speciality, stamp, trademark
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Of special importance to Wyatt's study is the possibly destructive role that fantasies of identification may play in interracial feminist relationships.
When a Canadian import cow was discovered to be infected with bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) almost two years ago, USDA accelerated its efforts to establish a national animal identification program.
Fingerprinting: This as we know is a well known means of identification and even more important for investigative purposes.
4] Because criminals often use altered or false identification, fingerprints remain the best means to accurately identify subjects and deter mine whether they are wanted.
However, even with a good system for storing and retrieving sinus-measurement data, identification is still hampered by the lack of a standardized method of measuring the many variables one encounters--among them anatomic asymmetry, variations in the angle at which x-rays are received, and the presence of incomplete lobulations, nondefined intersinus septa, and accessory septa.
The laser can also excite certain types of molecules in a material to fluoresce, which can make identification more difficult.
Our analysis centers around the two types of transactions subject to the contemporaneous identification requirements of the final hedging regulations -- (i) hedging transactions effected after January 1, 1994, and (ii) transactions effected prior to January 1, 1994, that remained in place as of March 31, 1994 (hereinafter referred to as "transition period hedging transactions").
The replacement property may be so designated in a written document signed by the seller and sent to someone other than himself or a "related party" who is involved in the exchange--defined to include the seller's agent (an attorney, employee or broker)--before the end of the identification period.
Meanwhile, market shares of global fingerprint identification technology in 2007 are also reported to reach 58.
An identification is made by placing an unambiguous statement on the taxpayer's books and records identifying the transaction as a hedging transaction for tax purposes.
UCC Global Returnable Asset Identifier (GRAI) for returnable assets, and the ISO Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) for vehicles.

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