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Fingerprints are unique to individuals and can be used for identification purposes. In the case of occupational marks, the analysis would involve identifying specific features within the prints that are indicative of a particular occupation. These features could include calluses, scars, cuts, or abrasions that are commonly observed in potters, laborers, or masons due to their work-related activities. Palmprints provide a broader surface area for examination and can also reveal occupational marks. Similar to fingerprints, the analysis would involve identifying distinctive features associated with the work of potters, laborers, and masons. These features could include roughness, hardened skin, or specific patterns related to tool handling. To compare the occupational marks found in the finger and palmprint impressions of potters, laborers, and masons, the prints obtained from individuals in these occupations would be compared against the standard samples. This research paper aims to determine if consistent patterns or features are unique to each occupation that distinguish them from others. The research paper entails a comprehensive visual examination of finger and palm prints obtained from individuals working as potters, laborers, and masons, in conjunction with standard samples. This analysis aims to gather relevant data and draw conclusions regarding the potential use of occupational marks found in fingerprints and palm prints during investigative procedures.
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