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notecard

(ˈnəʊtˌkɑːd)
n
1. a simple greetings card with either a blank side, or a blank space on the illustrated side, to write a note
2. an index card, etc on which notes and memoranda may be written
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The Music Box Notecard Set adds a sense of fun and occasion when writing a note to a friend or colleague.
A notecard is an electronic generalization of the 3X5 paper notecard.
Every notecard must be stored in one or more FileBoxes.
Stay connected to those you love with the Strike-a-pose yogini assorted notecard set and you will be helping to bring yoga and meditation to those who need it most.
The clip, inspired by Keira Knightley and Andrew Lincoln's notecard scene, explains that we'll get to catch up with all of our favorite characters 15 years later.
On her desk, on a notecard under glass, is "my list of personal rules for my professional life," Carrier said, adding that the list includes suggestions, philosophies and recommendations from "mentors, several in the community, economic development, the chamber and higher education.
Following Hall (2012), who assigns audio interviews with professional economists, I asked students to fill out a 4" x 6" notecard for each episode.
The initial offering in the Historic Detroit collection includes 26 blank notecard designs, priced at $3.
Sometimes, all he can do is write back a response on an embossed White House notecard or occasionally make a phone call," he said, adding that Obama, on occasion, has even opened his checkbook.
The test was constructed of 16 multiple-choice items, which were ordered in a way such that no item preceded or followed an item adjacent to it in the original notecard order.
Nabokov also scratched each paragraph on a notecard, rewriting it until he was satisfied.