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EtymologyEdit

ear +‎ print

NounEdit

earprint (plural earprints)

  1. The mark or impression left by an ear pressed against a surface.
    • 2005, Terrence F. Kiely, Forensic Evidence: Science and the Criminal Law, Second Edition, page 369:
      Understand that European forensic specialists have not rejected earprint expertise, but on the contrary, continue to write about it and include its discussion in international forensic conferences.

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