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Images Dated 23rd May 2005

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Human fingerprint Featured 23 May 2005 Print

Human fingerprint

Fingerprint. Computer artwork of a human fingerprint. A fingerprint is formed by epidermal ridges, creating a distinct pattern. Each pattern is unique to an individual, even for identical twins. The patterns are classified as four main types: loops, whorls, arches and combinations of these three

© PASIEKA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Biological, Biology, Biometrics, Computer Artwork, Dig It, Epidermal Ridges, Finger, Finger Print, Forensic, Forensics, Human, Identification, Identify, Identifying, Identity, Illustration, Individual, Pattern, Unique

open-uri20120929-4621-s046gj Featured 23 May 2005 Print

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2005 Monaco Grand Prix - Sunday Race.
Monte Carlo, Monaco.
22nd May 2005
Race winner Kimi Raikkonen, McLaren Mercedes MP4-20 (1st), celebrates his victory on the podium.
World Copyright: Steven Tee/LAT Photographic
ref: 48mb Hi Res Digital Image

Bolivian Indians and peasants, enroute to the countrys capital, march in protest Featured 23 May 2005 Print

Bolivian Indians and peasants, enroute to the countrys capital, march in protest

Bolivian Indians and peasants, enroute to the country's capital, march in protest in the city of El Alto, 15 km (10 miles) south of La Paz, Bolivia May 23, 2005. Protesters in the militant indigenous city of El Alto - overlooking the capital La Paz and site of the international airport - began an indefinite strike on Monday over the controversial energy law approved last week by Congress, demanding natioanlisation of gas resources. Bolivia's two major conflicts - indigenous protests over natural gas and wealthy provinces wish for autonomy - converge this week as both movements pile pressure on embattled President Carlos Mesa. REUTERS/David Mercado DM/CN - RP6DRMSTZYAA