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index card

n
a card in a card index
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index card

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index card

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Slowly, the dancer rolls to emerge from the secrets, several index cards still clinging to her body.
New enterprise-class software replaces the widespread use of handwritten index cards to improve security and speed the sign-in process for customers requiring access to key-based safe deposit boxes
Trim the excess index card from around the rosette, being very careful not to cut any of the threads.
Then have each student use scissors to cut the index card into six irregular pieces.
One way I have found that this can be accomplished is through the use of index cards.
Each session consisted of teaching 10 new individual Esperanto words, and the corresponding English translations, by writing the word on a 3 x 5 index card, and having the primary author present the unknown word on the card while verbally stating its English translation.
A National Archives spokesman said: "The medal index cards are currently held by the Ministry of Defence.
The entire assembly fits onto a thin platform the size of an index card.
The information itself hasn't changed that much, but when I began here we used linotype and letterpress equipment and maintained each subscriber record on a 4x6-inch index card in pencil.
We affixed them to the index card with Velcro tabs or string ties.
The linoleum comes in a dozen colors, including Index Card Green, a Martha Stewart favorite.