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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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Another client for a large city pert said Dolan knows how to market his account to international carders, which is key on such a large insurance program that requires many different carders.
We were kind of held hostage with our carder because there was no way we could get another line of credit with another company, and they knew this.
The man told her, `I've been in prison 30 years,' That really caught my interest when he said that," Carder explains.
Carder deadpans, "The woman asked, `So, you're single?
Carder, who is also executive vice president for Melvin Mark Brokerage Co.
In 1981, because of an entrepreneurial need, Carder organized Melvin Mark Brokerage Co.