from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A small card bearing a microreproduction of text, resembling the microfiche format but on cardboard rather than photographic film.
But wh en she gets home and scans a special microcard for courtship guidelines, she is stunned to see Xander ' s picture fade and another boy ' s face appear.
She is given a microcard with data about Xander, but a technical malfunction shows her matched with another boy – Ky Markham.
After convincing the librarian to find someone to fix the aging microcard reader (a precursor to microfiche) I was able to surf a seemingly unlimited number of documents and reports about "operational accidents and radiation exposure experience" in the nuclear industry.
This card, for instance "- he held up a file microcard -" contains the record of one of the greatest physicists of our day, Robert Turnbull.
This electronic edition has been transcribed from a digital image supplied by the Peabody Essex Museum and a microcard image in the collection Early American Imprints, 1639-1800.
Dying Confession of Pomp, A Negro Man, Who Was Executed at Ipswich, on the 6th August, 1795, for Murdering Capt. Charles Furbush, of Andover, Taken from the Mouth of the Prisoner, and Penned by Jonathan Plummer, Jun.
Srsly, right now it's helping me locate microcard series from the 50s.