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show card

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1. (Marketing) commerce a tradesman's advertisement mounted on card as a poster
2. (Theatre) another term for show bill
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.show card - a poster advertising a show or play
placard, poster, posting, notice, bill, card - a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement; "a poster advertised the coming attractions"
top billing - the advertisement of a star's name at the top of a theatrical poster
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He said MPAs with cards could not be stopped, adding that it was necessary to show card before casting the vote.
(Ang darating bang taon ay inyong haharapin ng may pag-asa, maaaring may pag-asa/maaaring walang pag-asa, walang pag-asa?) A show card with the choices was shown.
Sample frames are available on approval or purchase, supported by display stands and a show card, free against purchase.
On self-rated poverty, respondents were asked: "Where would you place your family in this card?" The SWS then showed them a show card with the choices "not poor," "on the line" and "poor."
Their full-colour TFT touchscreen can show card user information for visual verification, including name, date of birth, job title and permitted access zones and times.
The patented innovation gave consumers a novel way to celebrate and upload photos into a digital slide show card. In 2010 the company expanded the selection and provided more opportunities for people to express and connect in new ways.
He doesn't hand out his talk show card while waiting tables.
The show card [an original] canvas tag tied to the inside sewing reads Grand Chief Waneta'spipe and tobacco--a century old--presented by the chief himself in 1886.
The greeting card giant says the digital slide show card holds up to 50 digital images, includes an original holiday sound track and allows the sender to record voice messages to add a personal touch to the greeting.
A show card catches my eye, "New today, taste and try!" It tastes good to me.
It's quite safe to say that the National Sufi Council was just another show card in the time of crisis, which brings us to the upcoming Sufi advisory council's purpose of being - as the ongoing crisis is worse than before.
Moran versus Ellis tops the bill of a four-fight dinner show card that has been arranged by promoters Jim Evans and Robert Waterman for the Phillip Greene Trust,acharity for children.