long card

long card

[′loŋ ¦kärd]
(computer science)
A full-size printed circuit board that is plugged into an expansion slot in a microcomputer.
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long card

In PCs, a full-length controller board that plugs into an expansion slot. Contrast with short card.


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"All future bookings will be refunded with your booking reference, date and time of booking plus the name as it appears on the card used for payment and the last 4 digits of the long card number that was used on the original booking.
The service removes the need for people to spend time inputting their long card numbers, by providing them with the option to press a NatWest button at the end of the purchase process which will take them through to their mobile app.
Only Little Card and Long Card don't know their purposes in life--they're awaiting for their purpose to become clear.
Cash and cards are accepted, but bring some extra cash with you as a safety to avoid the long card queues
War is a pretty long card game that doesn't require a lot of room and can be played with two people.
Then the viewer discovered a long card table and a cosmic landscape formed out of salt on the table's surface.
A third round of clubs established the long card for the necessary diamond discard.
"All future bookings will be refunded with your booking reference, date and time of booking plus the name as it appears on the card used for payment and the last four digits of the long card number that was used on the original booking.
The service removes the need for people to spend time inputting their long card numbers by providing them with the option to press a Nat-West button at the end of the purchase process which will take them through to their mobile app.