Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A card having a time-table printed upon it.
- n. A card containing blank spaces for name, date, and hour, to be filled up by workmen and given to the timekeeper on their beginning work.
“That group also gave time-card chiseling a more dismal score: 1.85 versus 2.47.”
“Simply splendid time-card business cards from the exact-o knife of designer Thomas Bradley.”
“At Comfort Keepers, one of the nation's largest home-health-care franchisers, caregivers use an automated time-card system.”
“Naturally there's a lot of time-card falsification.”
“Evidence the poor planning that resulted in service employees waiting in line 30 deep to enter time-card data.”
“He unbuttoned his heavy coat and, finding a pocket, drew out a time-card.”
“On the time-card No. 7 was a "blind" water tank farther on up the line, the loneliest tank on the division.”
“He looked at his time-card; there was but one town between them and that village.”
“Jarvis now scented a fat job, and thinking only of getting the particulars of that replied, rather incautiously, as he consulted the time-card in the hand of Clarence.”
“Ugly Collins has either lost his time-card er has traded his wagon fer a airyplane," said the mentor.”
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