from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A tradesman's card containing an announcement; also, a card on which patterns are exhibited in a shop.
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And in each of these places there was a show-card in the window, with a picture of the Candidate, and the announcement that on Sunday evening, at eight o'clock, he would speak at the Leesville
For a long time after the attack of haemorrhage he had while writing the show-card he used to dread going to sleep at night for fear it should recur.
Your affair show-card is your introduction to quiescent clients and customers.
Your duty show-card is your introduction to hidden clients and customers.
Whether you are creating profession cards an eye to the first period or updating your existing card to redeem your ikon, your business show-card is the handshake you renounce behind.