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- ‘Further criminalistics evidence proved that Macy was not the last person to drive the suburban in which the powder was found.’
- ‘He's another member of the team of criminalistics, he's highly competitive, he's a talented jazz musician, and has had a gambling problem.’
- ‘CSI has as much to do with criminalistics as Baywatch has to do with being a lifeguard.’’
- ‘This natural law is the foundation of criminalistics and is the motivation behind the acquisition and analysis of trace evidence.’
- ‘I think there's a big difference between criminalistics and elementary school teachers.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.