Definitions

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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Examples

  • 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

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  • 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.

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  • Your affair show-card is your introduction to quiescent clients and customers.

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  • Your duty show-card is your introduction to hidden clients and customers.

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  • 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.

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