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(1) (Internet CARD) An electronic postcard (e-card) service from Apple that was discontinued in 2008.

(2) (i-card) The term used for an "information card" in the Higgins project. In practice, i-card and information card are used synonymously. See Higgins project and identity metasystem.

(3) A name briefly associated with the vCard when it moved to the IETF, because vCalendar became iCalendar. See vCard and iCalendar.

(4) (ID CARD) A smart card, magnetic stripe card or barcoded card used for identification purposes.

(5) (i-card) A former Web payment service from Cyber Catalyst, Saligramam, Chennai, India. The i-card was a virtual debit card that contained a value that was reduced online when making a purchase at compliant sites. When a transaction was made, a supporting email was sent to the i-card holder.
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The iCard services enable customers to shop online with cashU cards on entertainment, travel, gaming, communication and social-networking websites.
4 La patologia genital y la psiquiatrica tambien prueban la tesis con sus observaciones sobre las degeneraciones (histerismo, epilepsia y corea menstruales) y la psicosis, como lo atestiguan Icard y Renaudin.
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All access is programmed through the HPS University Icard program, just as other card-related readers are programmed.
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Icard (1986) suggests that homosexuality is presented in the African American community as detrimental to African American culture and its emphasis on family, children, and commitment to the community.
Most social work researchers are familiar with the linear regression model, also sometimes referred to as ordinary least squares multiple regression, or simply multiple regression (Cnaan & Cascio, 1999; Gutierrez, Fredricksen, & Soifer, 1999; Harrington, 1999; Icard, Longres, & Spencer, 1999; Miller & Macintosh, 1999; Nash & Bowen, 1999).
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Although the Janus-writings of Ignaz von Dollinger are of course detailed in this volume, the efforts of his student, Lord Acton, and of other actors connected with the history of the Council on the inside or the outside (Kleutgen, Franzelin, Icard, Newman, Tizzani, Odo Russell et al.
For gay youth in ethnic minorities, role conflicts may be even more pronounced since homosexuality is considered unacceptable in many of these cultures (Hidalgo & Christensen, 1976-77; Icard, 1986; Tremble, Schneider, & Appathurai, 1989; Wilson, 1986).