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Card.

abbr. Roman Catholic Church
cardinal

Card.

abbreviation for
(Ecclesiastical Terms) Cardinal
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The district attorney ran his finger briskly down a printed card.
Emily looked at some lines of writing at the back of the card.
At night he would say to himself, "Well, at all events, she doesn't know about that card.
Sabin was idly sketching something on the back of his menu card.
Paying a provider copay or verifying member eligibility is now as easy as the swipe of a card.
If, for instance, a student has $50 saved in the vending purse of her smart card and she wants to purchase a soda, she inserts the card into the vending machine and the reader identifies how much money exists in her account, deducts the price of a soda, and returns the card.
Afterward, the businessperson returns to Florida and, several weeks later, discovers unauthorized charges on one credit card.
At first glance, a smart card resembles an ordinary credit card.
The new cards are ``going to help significantly because of the fact there is a lot of technology in the new card.
In this case, an individual state, in cooperation with the taxpayer, performs an audit or analysis of a sample period, and an agreement is then reached regarding the proportion of total purchases determined to be taxable for a predetermined, and agreed upon, period of time, presuming no material changes are made in the use of the procurement card.
Look closely at your VISA or ATM (automatic teller machine) card.
All shipments to the 58 participating hospitals will include a complete shipping manifest stored on the optical-memory card.