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The equivalent of a punch card on magnetic tape or disk in which each card is an 80-character string. The card images may all reside in the same file, each one separated by end-of-line characters. See punch card.
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ID card images can be stored on disks and backed up on removable media, giving you the ability to save valuable employee time by using portable equipment to capture images in the field.
The business card is then used as an index, enabling a user to simply finger touch and hold on the business card image for 1.
Fargo's HDP functionality offers superior card image quality, essential in the financial card industry.
ThankYa Cards are similar to other electronic greeting cards which generate an email notification to the recipient with a link to a web page showing the card image.
The signature cards and related data were extracted from the former ECM solution and imported into OnBase so that users of browser-based SENTRY: Signature system could retrieve the entire signature card image from the OnBase system.
The John Lewis ad has launched and those Christmas card images of piles of presents under the tree are everywhere.
Print times on the CP910 are what some might say a bit slow; taking 47 seconds for a postcard size photo and just under 30 seconds for credit card images and mini stickers.
Let's celebrate because we're not called to be holy card images, but real-life seekers and finders of the love for which we were created.
com)-- NorthernAxcess have been innovators in the satellite communications industry since their beginning, where they have been leading the way in the field of satellite communications marketing, and design presence along with influencing other companies to also make similar changes to their look by mimicking the appealing, and educational way NorthernAxcess has designed their own style of product images, and custom branded satellite airtime card images.
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With impressively striking card images and very highly recommended, the "Oracle of Visions" set includes 52 cards and 140-page booklet.
First invented as a set of trumps added to a regular playing deck in fifteenth-century Italy, many of the original card images seem to have been adapted from carnivals and triumphal parades to satisfy the interests of their aristocratic patrons.