latents

All Noun Verb
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  • If numerous latents are developed, several cards should be used, all having the same number and title. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
  • There are professional court seducers who Gift latents on the Councils orders.
  • The Tanu and the vast majority of humans are latents, with most humans having extremely meager abilities.
  • Any number of paper or cardboard specimens may be placed in a single protective wrapper, since contact with other surfaces does not harm latents on such objects. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
  • It may be deemed advisable to remove these latents from the file in instances where the statute of limitations covering the crime has run. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
  • Another method of identification, if the surface permits, is to write the above-mentioned data on the surface of the object bearing the latents so that the information set out will also be a part of the picture. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
  • To insure an equal distribution of the light over the latents being photographed, the impressions should be centered in the opening of the camera. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
  • In places May implies that individuals noted for possession of an extremely high level of a skill or an attribute are often latents who make unconscious use of their metapsychic powers.
  • The lack of such data, by discretion of the court, may exclude the latents as evidence, in the absence of the original specimen bearing the latents. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
  • Dip the specimen in the solution, blot and dry it, expose to light, and photograph latents when contrast is good. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
  • Of course, if all the latents are identified, then the 3 by 5 card is removed and placed with the negatives, lifts, etc. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
  • In addition, photographs, negatives, and lifts of latents are scrutinized for prints of value for identification purposes. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
  • Immersion in the silver nitrate solution will wash traces of fat and oil from the paper; consequently, it is necessary to fume the specimen for latents of such a nature prior to treatment with silver nitrate. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
  • Male and female Ortheans have social parity and authority; Orthean children do not become male or female until puberty and a few remain latent throughout their lives - children and latents are referred to by the neutral pronoun ke.
  • Briefly, the procedure for taking photographs of latents is as follows: The film pack is placed into the film pack adapter with the safety paper side of the film pack to the slide side of the adapter, care being taken to see that all of the paper tabs are outside of the adapter. Cited from The Science of Fingerprints, by John Edgar Hoover
  • Les germes de l'economie politique a l'usage du Parisien, latents en son coeur, ne devaient pas tarder a y fleurir, aussitot que de spectateur oisif il deviendrait acteur dans le drame de la vie reelle. Cited from Eugenie Grandet, by Honore de Balzac
  • Il faut en conclure, d'un cote, que l'opinion de M. Bugge est tres probable, et, d'autre cote, qu'on est expose par les souvenirs latents a prendre une reminiscence pour une pensee a soi. Cited from Pathologie Verbale, ou Lesions de certains mots da