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Focusing on visual identification and diagnosis, the book's 200 cases are arranged from simple to more complex and by body part in each category.
They're all blunt trauma injuries to the upper body and to the heads of all the victims, which regrettably makes visual identification very difficult.
The link does not lead to the e-banking portal, but to a collection of web pages that employ several visual identification components of the original web site, namely the bank logo (a bit blurry and disproportionately resized) and the general formatting elements.
The system can require one, two, or three PIN entries for access to specific keys and can show immediate visual identification of key status.
Highly detailed color illustrations of each species aid in visual identification, and an accompanying music CD of birdsongs will help both novice and seasoned birdwatchers recognize different species by song.
A handy booklet that can easily serve as a child's visual identification guide, Paige's Book Of Fishes And Whales is very highly recommended as a showcase for children with an interest in ecology and habitat of fish.
sales of its visual identification ear tags for livestock in the month of March 2006 exceeded $1 million, the first million-dollar month since the Company began selling visual livestock tags in 1945.
The map of the United States was then consulted to give a visual identification of all the places the characters would visit during the story.