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    1. "We'll send you a card on our second century anniversary," she said

    2. Frank laughed as he swiped his card to check out and, just like magic, the doors opened for him

    3. A card propped against the door

    4. The Garda took the small laminated card and held it far away from his eyes, peering, as though at a mystery

    5. it with an ATM card whenever we

    6. Now Michael worked for a local company that processes credit card transactions

    7. Theo held out his card but Peadar didn't move

    8. He fishes in his pocket, finds his card, lays it on the table

    9. (he looks at his card)

    10. Take my card and call me if you have

    11. And don't, for fuck's sake, give me your card

    12. Here’s my card – give me a ring sometime and we’ll paint the town red

    13. ’ He said holding out his business card

    14. I gagged with fear and the disgusting smell of rotting seafood that was his calling card, "never you fucking mind about my tattoos mate, where's my fucking bread?"

    15. His only hope is to play the insanity card

    16. Each item corresponds to a card of the Egyptian tarot

    17. So, I draw a card at random for the category I need each time, I develop the respective item into one or more paragraphs, and I gradually form a full story

    18. As soon as I arrived at the gym this afternoon, I noticed a white card on the reception desk saying “Massage from Themis

    19. I hand over my medical card and try my best to answer all the questions Terry ask about my previous surgery, though it’s hard work prising the details from my brain

    20. You can offer things such as free trips, gift cards or credit card gift rewards, movie tickets, backstage concert tickets or tickets to their favorite sporting event of the year

    21. ‘Banswell? Is that near Weston-super-Mare?’ I asked scouring my memory for recollections of that area and finding that it throws up a card

    22. All she had to do was colour in the flower petals and stick paper leaves to the front of each card

    23. with an expressive card for the occasion – extol the virtues of your loved one and what you find

    24. He dictated a cryptic message to the florist, signed himself as The Telephone Man, and even remembered to put his own mobile number on the bottom of the card

    25. It dawned on Tiffany that her father had opened the card that had come with the flowers, which was an outrageous breach of privacy

    26. The young man agreed to wait another week, gave the young girl a new sim card that was already prepared, and sneaked an eleventh kiss just for good measure

    27. “Typical bloody man”, said his wife, as she looked the now dry business card over for the umpteenth time

    28. The fisherman walked the half-mile to the nearest telephone box and called the number on the card

    29. This time Terry had no trouble locating the bubble gum card, the tee shirt and the video, and he snapped out of his vacant trance with a sense of welcome relief

    30. Even with Irene and Ebby, memories would be bittersweet so, betting myself she'd never had a card from Sophia, I picked one out of the rack and wrote, 'Make yourself a home!' and joined the queue for a stamp

    31. When Aristethes was free I approached the table with the card and watched

    32. ‘Go on, Anna … open the card … who are they from?’

    33. out one card, what is the probability the card is coloured?'

    34. The card had a hand-drawn cartoon of a boy lying in bed

    35. Naria now played her trump card

    36. After they left, I pulled out the card again and smoothed the ceases

    37. 'Here,' she said, giving me her card

    38. borrowed the card from his trunk

    39. It was addressed to her and a card said that it was from ‘Dickie

    40. There was a message on the card saying that he had heard

    41. Naturally, there was also an enormous bouquet of flowers and a card signed by everyone in the office

    42. on the back of a credit card is encoded with specific

    43. usefulness of the credit card

    44. allowances, party frocks and charge card accounts would be

    45. When the bill finally arrived, your credit card

    46. It dawned on Tiffany that her father had opened the card that

    47. girl a new sim card that was already prepared, and sneaked an

    48. a soggy but readable card into the fisherman’s trembling hand and

    49. whispered, “My name is on the card

    50. and called the number on the card

    1. Nerissa sheared the sheep, washed and carded the wool, then baled it

    2. And the rest which remained over were carded away and laid down on the plain from which they were brought

    3. And they were merry and carded away all the stones and put them in the place whence they had been taken

    4. “And the mountains like carded wool

    5. So, the mountains which are firmly connected now shall be like carded wool on that day

    6. carded the appointed action, began to decide social status by heredity-

    7. If they were to order drinks, they would be carded for sure

    8. knight-errantry, we now enjoy in this age of ours, so poor in light entertainment, not only the charm of his veracious history, but also of the tales and episodes contained in it which are, in a measure, no less pleasing, ingenious, and truthful, than the history itself; which, resuming its thread, carded, spun, and wound, relates that just as the curate was going to offer consolation to Cardenio, he was interrupted by a voice that fell upon his ear saying in plaintive tones:

    1. On the table was a jenny for carding the lace

    2. At the entrance of the chasm, as we were about to reascend, Ardiaeus appeared, and some other sinners--most of whom had been tyrants, but not all--and just as they fancied that they were returning to life, the chasm gave a roar, and then wild, fiery-looking men who knew the meaning of the sound, seized him and several others, and bound them hand and foot and threw them down, and dragged them along at the side of the road, lacerating them and carding them like wool, and explaining to the passers-by, that they were going to be cast into hell

    3. We were at the mouth of the cavern, and, having completed all our experiences, were about to reascend, when of a sudden Ardiaeus appeared and several others, most of whom were tyrants; and there were also besides the tyrants private individuals who had been great criminals: they were just, as they fancied, about to return into the upper world, but the mouth, instead of admitting them, gave a roar, whenever any of these incurable sinners or some one who had not been sufficiently punished tried to ascend; and then wild men of fiery aspect, who were standing by and heard the sound, seized and carried them off; and Ardiaeus and others they bound head and foot and hand, and threw them down and flayed them with scourges, and dragged them along the road at the side, carding them on thorns like wool, and declaring to the passers-by what were their crimes, and that they were being taken away to be cast into hell

    1. Your letters or cards will create a tangible connection that kids will treasure

    2. he didn't even flinch when we got Christmas cards addressed to the pair of us

    3. The trooper squints his eyes, holds the cards at arms length, reads them

    4. ’ He said as we show our membership cards to the National Trust personnel on duty and wander off into the great hall of the house

    5. cards and heading down to the labour exchange I found myself ensconced with that

    6. display of disgustingly twee kiddie birthday cards with his shoulder and knocking

    7. both cards and envelopes to the floor

    8. falling cards into a section with row upon row of discounted DVDs

    9. As for the rest, the week in Amarynthos has proved to be really boring, since we've spent most of our time playing cards or chatting with the old crocks

    10. In the thinking time afforded me by slow recovery it became clear that while the casual maltreatment of heathen prisoners might be acceptable as part of the day-to-day routine of hostage supervision, the loss of one of their precious bargaining chips before the cards have been dealt, was unthinkable

    11. You can offer things such as free trips, gift cards or credit card gift rewards, movie tickets, backstage concert tickets or tickets to their favorite sporting event of the year

    12. and plastic covered Christmas cards

    13. where name cards sit her next to

    14. There’s three hundred greeting cards a day for you to paint and stick

    15. He told Cyberia that there were some instructions in an envelope in one of the boxes and that he would be back that evening to pick up the first three hundred cards

    16. “After all,” she said to herself as she unpacked the boxes and made neat piles of the cards and the packets of paper leaves, “I always enjoyed art classes at school and it can’t be that hard to make a few hundred of them”

    17. From the takings her husband was able to recompense his mate for the ruined cards, put enough cash in his pocket for a good night in the pub and leave Cyberia with enough housekeeping to keep them going for nearly a whole week, providing, of course, that she shopped frugally and avoided anything expensive like fresh bread and real butter

    18. the balances of all credit and debit cards

    19. The men sit playing cards or hunched over tavli boards in obedient silence on the slipway

    20. Terry searched his mind's incomplete catalogue of sporting bubble gum cards, but there didn't seem to be anything filed under the name of Nudger

    21. no, don't think so", replied Terry, after a few seconds rummaging through bubble gum cards filled with the faces of the rich and famous

    22. 'Five coloured ones,' she said, scanning the cards, her eyes asking 'so?'

    23. opened my cards already

    24. We sat on couches in the cashier waiting area and played cards after dinner

    25. Omi dropped three cards

    26. I tapped the cards

    27. with has to do with credit cards

    28. made neat piles of the cards and the packets of paper leaves, “I

    29. “What the bloody… you’re crap at cards as well!” he exclaimed,

    30. Play the cards as you never had before

    31. Science is too often an art of gluing together a house of cards

    32. rummaging through bubble gum cards filled with the faces of the

    33. Terry delved deeper into his collection of memory cards

    34. After a few years of nothing but Christmas cards and the odd stilted letter between the two women, which Sheila skimmed over rather ineffectually, Don’s job in Italy ended and they went home to Scotland

    35. The woman at the entrance waves us past with a friendly smile as we hold our membership cards up for her to see

    36. Once the business with Shaun was concluded and Ted Line's cards were marked, he slipped out the back door, choosing discretion rather than confrontation

    37. They spent most of the rest of the day playing cards

    38. his cards and scooping up the little mound of straw

    39. Most of it is used clothing, books, small audio devices with dead chips, sticky pieces of candy on playing cards, gummed up erasers and out-of-date crib sheets

    40. Clubbers on the dance floor and in the bar area are staring, all of them making the same basic assumption; stupid, pissed up kids with one mother of a hangover on the cards

    41. Warrant cards are shown

    42. We were playing cards and suddenly she just fell off her chair and started throwing up

    43. ‘Show me how to cheat at cards and we’ll call it

    44. His credit card … it was on Tracey’s account … one of those spare cards if you share the same address ploys … he only hoped she hadn’t cancelled it

    45. Johnny pushed the cards over to me

    46. I shuffled the cards,

    47. Johnny would have beaten me with his up cards if he stayed, but I bluffed

    48. I was just about to mix my cards in with everyone else’s when

    49. “I said what’d you have?” Johnny grabbed my wrist and flipped my cards

    50. I’d played cards with Johnny on Friday, won sixty-seven bucks as a matter

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    Synonyms for "card"

    card add-in board circuit board circuit card plug-in identity card batting order lineup bill of fare carte carte du jour menu scorecard calling card visiting card bill notice placard poster posting wag wit tease cardboard ticket identification card badge

    "card" definitions

    one of a set of small pieces of stiff paper marked in various ways and used for playing games or for telling fortunes

    a card certifying the identity of the bearer

    a rectangular piece of stiff paper used to send messages (may have printed greetings or pictures)

    thin cardboard, usually rectangular

    a witty amusing person who makes jokes

    a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement

    a printed or written greeting that is left to indicate that you have visited

    (golf) a record of scores (as in golf)

    a list of dishes available at a restaurant

    (baseball) a list of batters in the order in which they will bat

    a printed circuit that can be inserted into expansion slots in a computer to increase the computer's capabilities

    separate the fibers of

    ask someone for identification to determine whether he or she is old enough to consume liquor