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Synonyms for card

a person who is appealingly odd or curious

a person whose words or actions provoke or are intended to provoke amusement or laughter

Synonyms for card

one of a set of small pieces of stiff paper marked in various ways and used for playing games or for telling fortunes

a rectangular piece of stiff paper used to send messages (may have printed greetings or pictures)

thin cardboard, usually rectangular

a witty amusing person who makes jokes

a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement

a printed or written greeting that is left to indicate that you have visited

(golf) a record of scores (as in golf)

a list of dishes available at a restaurant

(baseball) a list of batters in the order in which they will bat

a printed circuit that can be inserted into expansion slots in a computer to increase the computer's capabilities

separate the fibers of

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ask someone for identification to determine whether he or she is old enough to consume liquor

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Young had meanwhile taken the opening set 21-19 against Carder but the Scot was not to be denied, imperturbably gaining control to take the next two sets 14 and 12.
Away from Pulaski Tech, Carder volunteers with reading programs in the Little Rock School District.
There are only six populations of the shrill carder bee left in the UK and three are in Wales.
In fact, this client said Brockinton knows his company so well that he lays all the groundwork with potential insurers, educating carders on the company's operations, before even introducing them to his client.
ON THE WALL: Julia Carder at St George's Hall with the exhibition St George's Hall and I.
He added that paying for carder bags is not the only solution to tackling climate change alone, but it is a promising start.
Mr Carder has agreed a four-year deal and will earn pounds 5,800 a year.
Al Carder spent sixty years as a plant biologist but never forgot the ancient Douglas fir forests which enthralled him as a child: when he retired he set out to find the trees, only to discover many had been felled by loggers or storms.
Don Rodriguez, who runs the Pitchess jail complex in Castaic, had last month with Carder and the rest of the town council.
Tender is not," when it comes to bug bites, notes Robin Carder, assistant professor of dermatology and pediatrics at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas.
Carder, a retired plant biologist, follows up his 1995 Forest Giants of the World, Past and Present with the present volume documenting notable trees--some still standing and some whose dimensions were gleaned from historical records--of British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest.
Banged-up fuel pods on your M113A3 personnel carder are a sure sign that you've been towing recently.
The case was forgotten and Carder learned to live with the injuries and restore his life.
Right: Diana Guevara-Bernal, Reshma Khan, Dee Clair, Nagina Rashid, Bernadette Griffin (College of Law branch director) and Sonia MalikDuncan Richardson, Neelam Sahota, Sandeep Shehmar, Telvinder Singh, Phillip Kelly and Christine Elgood (creator of The Business Game)James Geraghty, Scott Morrison, Brian Noble, Hatjit Athwal, John Brayford (Flybe), David Bintliff and Harman BangerHarjit Athwar, Scott Morrison, Rebecca Parys and James GeraghtyChris Rawstron (DLA), Roger Carder (PWC), Christine Elgood (Elgard Associates), Andy Carswell (HBOS) and Bernadette Griffin (College of Law)
The media have lately become enthralled by hydrogen as the "clean, abundant energy source," encouraged in this unfortunate deception by the auto industry, As you report, hydrogen is never an energy source, only a carder and storage medium of energy from a source: electricity, heat, or light.