deck of cards


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a pack of 52 playing cards

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The full deck of cards can be viewed online at http://belarusiancards.
I reached the point where I could memorize a deck of cards in two minutes and five seconds underwater.
When the list reached 50, we thought it would be helpful to put the information and pictures on a deck of cards,'" said Salter.
Some person must have fled the scene before the photo was taken, because on the table with the liquor bottle is a scattered deck of cards.
Trial 1: Have your partner shuffle a deck of cards and place the deck face down in front of you.
The levels of these two different buildings appear to be shuffled together like a deck of cards, their contrasting qualities dramatically manifest on the main street facade.
Solon, Ohio, folds up to a size slightly larger than a deck of cards.
I have become convinced, after several years of research on the artist, that Newman-uniquely in the twentieth century-conceived of his pictorial oeuvre as a deck of cards in which every work has a particular function and the specific role each plays varies according to the changing context.
The graphite structure can be compared to a deck of cards with individual layers that are able to easily slide off the deck.
Just keep in mind that our Best Bites are for a modest portion of meat--about the size of a deck of cards.
His savory wit and ingenious knack for mercurial stage formations can be seen in dances like The Argument, Dancing Honeymoon, and Deck of Cards.
This state-of-the-art two-way radio is about the size of a deck of cards and weighs in, with batteries, at just 4.
The insulin pump is about the size of a deck of cards, weighs about 3 ounces, and can be worn on a belt or in a pocket.
Sound underwriting decisions add value to a company with every stroke of the pen, unless the decisions are made with a deck of cards.