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- n. A piece of heavy paper stock used to record information to be stored in an index.
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An index card with a note “To be picked up by Adele Hopkins” was stapled to the bag.
“How effective do you think Electra’s index card system is?”
On her way out the door, she pinned the index card with the FOUND: VIETNAMESE POTBELLIED PIG notice to the bulletin board inside the front door.
There were fifty-four card tables covering the gym floor, and my seat was at number forty-three, with an index card that read HUCK taped to the back.
A workable compromise was reached when Dr. Brooks and the boy taped an index card with the word “Medicine?” on it to a pencil.