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  • noun Plural form of flashcard.


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  • It's not all Shakespeare and Bach and Latin flashcards here.

    Weekend pursuits

  • The flashcards are the exclusive design of Andrew Pitt, multimedia design manager for the school system. - Local News

  • The software also comes with flashcards, which is probably the function I use the most.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • Another great online platform with flashcards which is free to use and having a well qualified user community is

    Flashcard Exchange

  • my 3yr step son needs help speaking i was looking for free printable pic and word flashcards on the web? en Español

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • I've made a tiny set of "flashcards" for linux newbies who are afraid of the command line and / or are not sure of what goes where - like I was a few months ago


  • Katherine Brennan is a happy 2-year-old who loves listening to music, playing a toy drum, looking at flashcards, reading stories with her parents, and holding her 10-month-old brother.

    Patent Ductus Arteriosus -- Katie

  • In dead-eyed soundbites which litter the entire hour, Katie recites lines that seem like they've been written on flashcards for her: It took me 17 years to be what I am, and now I can fast-track someone.

    Signed By Katie Price: Grace Dent's TV OD

  • If, like me, you now own a stake in so many banks that you need flashcards to keep track of your unenviable portfolio, you might have forgotten that we taxpayers were forced to bail out Lloyds Banking Group, of which Lloyds TSB is a division.

    The London 2012 Olympic torch relay is following a path that inflames | Marina Hyde

  • Critiquing from a “nowhere” that pretends to be a somewhere, a precarious construct of “theories and postulates”, a house of flashcards inked with empty signifiers.

    Archive 2009-06-01


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