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post·card

also post card  (pōst′kärd′)
n.
1. A printed card with space on one side for an address and a postage stamp, used for sending a short message through the mail.
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Noun1.post card - a card for sending messages by post without an envelopepost card - a card for sending messages by post without an envelope
card - a rectangular piece of stiff paper used to send messages (may have printed greetings or pictures); "they sent us a card from Miami"
lettercard - a postcard that folds so the message is inside
picture postcard - a postcard with a picture on one side
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References in classic literature ?
A post card from Davis to Collins explained the reasons for Michael's return.
Ms Gillard sent the post card from Glenelg, a beach-side suburb of the South Australian capital of Adelaide.
All states and territories accept the Federal Post Card Application for voter registration and absentee balloting.
"I and my staff are determined to redouble our efforts to save as many as we can and the post card campaign is a great way to get the message over to the Prime Minister that we in rural areas rely on these vital facilities.
Answers on a post card by Friday to Jon's Peep Show Contest, PO Box 7290, London E14 5DD or email tvcomps@people.co.uk.
Send your answers on a post card (with address and daytime telephone number) to Joe Riley, Arts Editor, Liverpool Echo, PO Box 48, Old Hall Street, Liverpool L69 3EB, to arrive by next Tuesday morning.
They bagged the prize after filling in a competition post card and leaving it in their bundles of paper left outside their homes to be recycled.
I went for an interview during the winter and I called my wife back and told her that she wasn't going to believe where this place was because it looked like a post card. I flew back to Fayetteville and we drove to Boone, North Carolina, the next week and haven't left.
"Exaggeration Cards," San Francisco Bay Area Post Card Club, http://www.postcard.org/gallery05-1.htm [12 June 2006]
To participate in their home states' elections, service members and overseas citizens need to complete a Federal Post Card Application requesting an absentee ballot, said Scott Wiedmann, deputy director of the Federal Voting Assistance Program.