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identification parade

noun

  • (British English) identity parade
    Example sentences
    • One of the benefits of the system is that we can take the identification parade out of the police station.
    • If a case is of pure recognition of someone well known to the eyewitness, it may again be futile to hold an identification parade.
    • On 20th July 2000 Murray stood on an identification parade.

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