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index card

n
a card in a card index
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Written on a 3-by-5 card and placed next to his computer screen, it began, "If I were to try to read, much less answer all the attacks made on me, this shop might as well be closed for any other business."
When comparing two colors, interior designer Patsy Zakian-Greenough recommends punching holes in opposite ends of a blank, white 3-by-5 card and viewing each color through one of these small holes.
For example, every time the child finds himself engaging in the habit, he might record the occurrence on a 3-by-5 card, or he might signal a parent verbally, such as using the parent's first name.
Slightly bigger than a 3-by-5 card, a trace thicker than a plastic audiocassette case, and considerably lighter than most pocket manuals, the Pocket PDR is a practical way to carry several reference books.
The system now produced at the beginning of each month a 3-by-5 card for each account past due as of the end of the month.
"It's just 3-by-5 cards and I keep them in the back pocket or right in my book with me, and then I can refer to them," Strom said.
In my first 3 years of practice I had an elderly partner who managed to keep all of his records on 3-by-5 cards in his desk.
* Write your goals down on a set of 3-by-5 cards to carry with you wherever you go.
He kept his contacts on 3-by-5 cards in multiple drawers.
"When I took office, we were still keeping 4,000 to 5,000 cases on 3-by-5 cards," Harcleroad said.
"I usually end up taking longer summaries and reducing them to 3-by-5 cards. Then I try to get the important kernels of those arranged in a logical and orderly way," he said.
In the old days, pharmacists did their best to decipher doctors' handwritten prescription orders, while nurses, she says, did their best to keep track of which patients should receive which medicines by shuffling 3-by-5 cards.