punch card


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Synonyms for punch card

a card on which data can be recorded in the form of punched holes

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These are slightly more "modern" than the paper punch cards, but still have many of the same problems for both franchisees and consumers as paper punch cards.
To sweeten the deal, Mountain Khakis will recognize the sales associate with the most punch cards redeemed during that season as the "Posse Outlaw" twice annually.
The Netherlands in 1939 had one of the most accurate census methods in the world with all sorts of information about its citizens stored on Hollerith punch cards.
By counting punch cards at a centralized counting center that is not open to the public--an obvious invitation for something one on the inside to swap boxes of incoming ballot for pre-punched ballots with desired outcomes.
A local printing company that does our business materials also handles our punch cards, which helps keep costs reasonable.
3 percent that weren't counted in those counties when they used punch cards in 2000.
OPUS also has a seven-day system that saves residents' money because we can keep a smaller amount of medication on hand, unlike the punch card system.
WHEN A WELL-CONNECTED GOVERNMENT CONTRACTOR UNVEILED THE PUNCH CARD VOTE-O-MATIC AT THE 1963 WORLD'S FAIR, IT WAS A MIRACLE OF TECHNOLOGY
Carts include storage/workspace and are available with a variety of drawer arrangements to support punch card or prescription box systems.
The new law also authorizes an immediate infusion of $325 million to replace punch card and lever voting systems.
My grandfather worked for one of the larger paperstock dealers in Los Angeles, and my dad eventually began to service smaller computer punch card accounts for them," remarks Jason Young.
The state brought in the machines after outlawing their old punch card systems in the wake of the 2000 US presidential election recount debacles.
His holes are 10 nanometers, or billionths of a metre, in size and about three billion of them fit in a punch card hole.