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picture card

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(Card Games) another name for court card
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.picture card - one of the twelve cards in a deck bearing a picture of a facepicture card - one of the twelve cards in a deck bearing a picture of a face
knave, jack - one of four face cards in a deck bearing a picture of a young prince
king - one of the four playing cards in a deck bearing the picture of a king
playing card - one of a pack of cards that are used to play card games
queen - one of four face cards in a deck bearing a picture of a queen
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2 Days of Kami-shibai (picture-card show) Kami-shibai is a street show popular among children with a storyteller telling stories with picture cards.
Flipping the picture cards and matching pictures guarantees lots of fun and a completely new experience.
To Play: Someone who is not playing arranges the picture cards under the flaps.
The collectable picture cards - popular with schoolchildren in the 1960s and 70s - will feature players from teams in this summer's Euro 2012 championship.
An original schedule which can be completed by simply touching and clicking among 176 picture cards.
They demonstrated that a boy who began training with picture cards began speaking after using the system for 11 months.
POLICE are beating the language barrier when they deal with foreign crime victims by using picture cards.
Each starter kit includes a teacher's resource book, an interactive CD for five users, a set of 48 picture cards, two posters and a five-pack of student books.
The sliding word and picture cards are specifically designed to be a companion set for the "Your Baby Can Read
What he did Thursday afternoon was reach up without breaking stride and hand out picture cards pre-signed in blue ink, ``God Bless, Barry Bonds.
The proprietor of Cofton Collections on Bristol Road South, Northfield, has selected a dozen picture cards from his own collection for a fascinating Calendar from The Lickeys, 2005.