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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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This notion that somehow I was playing the race card is ridiculous.
Rather than statistics on the back, this race card might include a brief list of black men, named and unnamed, throughout history that have been accused of rape.
General admission including a race card gives you the chance to use our fast-food facitilites and our bar areas as well as betting on the tote.
At the moment we must assume we will have a nine race card with the two five- furlong races at the end.
Now the Examiner is available from early morning, we have the opportunity to give on-the-day race cards for both Flat and Jumps meetings.
Well, speaking of bookies, I know quite a few of you enjoy following the sport of kings, and rely on your Chronicle for the next day's race cards.