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card

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1. 
a. short for playing card
b. (as modifier): a card game
c. (in combination): cardsharp
2. See compass card
3. Horse racing a daily programme of all the races at a meeting, listing the runners, riders, weights to be carried, distances to be run, and conditions of each race
4. short for printed circuit card See printed circuit See also cards

card

2
(formerly) a machine or comblike tool for carding fabrics or for raising the nap on cloth

card

[kärd]
(electronics)
A printed circuit board or other arrangement of miniaturized components that can be plugged into a computer or peripheral device.

card

(1)
A circuit board.

card

(2)

card

(hypertext)
An alternative term for a node in a system (e.g. HyperCard, Notecards) in which the node size is limited.
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As law enforcement became more aware of the identity of the known credit card thieves, new perpetrators, or "fresh faces," have begun to actually pass the cards in the casinos.
These complaints are divided into a number of categories, but our review of the complaint data shows that about 60 percent of the credit card complaints fall into three categories: disputes about billing errors; concerns about penalty charges and other fees (such as late fees, over-the-limit fees, and annual fees); and disputes involving alleged errors in reporting consumers' payment history and the denial of requests for credit cards due to erroneous credit reports.
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At the point of sale, the procurement card transaction operates identically to a traditional charge card transaction.
Along their 24-year enterprising odyssey, the Brooms have sold their card line to major retailers such as Dayton-Hudson, Rich's (now Macy's) and Kmart.
We could place our money card into a money machine, press a couple of buttons, and get a "hard copy" (paper record) of every cent we earned and spent.
Medical and dental records and X-ray images can be stored on the card and carried by Air Force personnel in their wallets.