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microcard

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌkɑːd)
n
a card on which microphotographs of a number of pages of a book, etc, have been printed
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However, a maximum of approximately 25 disks can be obtained from an FTA microcard, and multiple cards can be generated at the time of sample collection, which can obviate the low recovery.
But because 50-yearold Mohammed Yaqub, of Govanhill, Glasgow, was already wanted on an arrest warrant he was searched when he got to Holyhead and a microcard was discovered inside his mobile phone which was able to access sickening images.
If any business, institution, member of a profession or calling, or any department or agency of government, in the regular course of business or activity has kept or recorded any memorandum, writing, entry, print, representation or combination thereof, of any act, transaction, occurrence, or event, and in the regular course of business has caused any or all of the same to be recorded, copied, or reproduced by any photographic, photostatic, microfilm, microcard, miniature photographic, or other process which accurately reproduces or forms a durable medium for so reproducing the original, the original may be destroyed in the regular course of business unless its preservation is required by law.
459-63; reprinted in Reader in Music Librarianship, edited by Carol June Bradley (Washington, DC: Microcard Editions, 1973), pp.
We have added a ScanPro 2000 multiformat micrographic reader recently as well, which has allowed all of our patrons to make better use of our microfilm, microcard, and ultrafiche collections.
No one ever has two matches, but the next day when Cassia faithfully uses her microcard to view Xander's picture and information, his picture disappears, only to be replaced by Ky, another local boy.
These are questions which sit at the back of my mind while using online and digital materials, in addition to microfilm, microfiche, and microcard. In the light of these experiences, I want to make a case for what I call 'materialist editing.' I use this term for both its literal and theoretical connotations: to suggest an electronic editing practice which pays attention to both the concrete and physical nature of many of the documents of theatre history, combined with a theoretical approach which assumes that cultural production happens within a social system organised around historically specific ways of differentiating groups of producers and consumers by class, or race, or gender.
Carol June Bradley, 103-6 (Washington: Microcard Editions Books, 1973).
Painter, Ed., 1963, Washington, DC: NCR Microcard Editions)
Supreme Court Records and Briefs (Microcard Editions, Inc.) (Complaint [paragraph] 1).
(510-785-2564, www.biolog.com), a biotechnology company that manufactures tools for cell-based analysis, has received a European patent for its MicroCard device, a proprietary microfluidics platform.