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card index

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card file

n
(Library Science & Bibliography) an index in which each item is separately listed on systematically arranged cards
vb
(Library Science & Bibliography) (tr) to make such an index of (a book)
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Noun1.card index - an alphabetical listing of items (e.g., books in a library) with a separate card for each item
file cabinet, filing cabinet, file - office furniture consisting of a container for keeping papers in order
Rolodex - (trademark) a desktop rotary card index with removable cards; usually used for names, addresses, and telephone numbers; "a news reporter has to have a good Rolodex"
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card index

nKartei f; (in library) → Katalog m

card index

nschedario
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Developed program presently covers possibility of adding measured data, immediate calculation of Fowler coefficient, displaying and save audiogram, submission patient into risky group and transmission into any common patient's card index.
Latest evidence comes from the Morgan Stanley Card Index and shows that, measured in credit card spending, this Christmas northern shoppers are expected to spend about half as much as their southern equivalents, pounds 749 as against pounds 1,466 in the final quarter of the year.
The American Jewish Committee (AJC) conducted similar quasi-official surveillance of "isolationist" and anti-Jewish groups, and "over a period of five years compiled a card index listing fifty thousand individuals who had some association with these organizations.
Datamonitor's findings are reinforced by Morgan Stanley's Card Index which shows Britons expect to spend an average pounds 1,066 on their plastic in the next three months, a rise of 45pc in six months.
Necessarily, we held firmly to our decision to produce a card index.
The whole forms a fitting tribute to Alistair Campbell to whom it is dedicated and whose own card index was its starting-point.
1000 hundreds of bags manila letter size, see annex,2,000 boxes clip junbo,20,000 sheets of card index.
THERE seems to be encouragement for taking another chance on a low number of bookings in the Premier League by backing a card index make-up below 20 at 16-5 with Paddy Power in the fixture between Manchester United and West Brom.
com, said: 'We are continually urging consumers to be more conscientious about their finances and their choice of credit, and our Quarterly Credit Card Index into consumer trends shows they are beginning to listen.
Britons expect to spend pounds 730 on credit cards over the next three months - down 30per cent from the pounds 1,036 they planned to spend in the fourth quarter of 2004 - according to the latest figures from the Morgan Stanley Card Index.
CONSUMERS are planning to cut their spending on credit cards over the next three months, says the Morgan Stanley Card Index.
Men expect to spend almost twice as much on petrol than women, says a report by Morgan Stanley Card Index.