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- n. In card games, a card that can be assigned any value or used to substitute for any needed card.
- n. A competitor or team that is allowed to compete in a tournament despite not reaching the normal standards to qualify for inclusion.
- n. a character that substitutes for other characters in regular expressions and globbing
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- n. a playing card whose value can be determined by the person who holds it
- n. an unpredictable factor
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You may use the wild card delimiters * and? if you wish, to denote a group of source files to be assembled.
A wild card is whether state-owned Qatar Airways, which has publicly expressed interest in the C-Series, will step up and order them at the show.
Being reduced to divisional also-rans and AL wild card leader going into the series, they had a seven-game lead over the Texas Rangers, their closest pursuer they would achieve a ninety-five win season.
A86 will sort all matching names into alphabetical order for each wild card specification; so the files will be assembled in the same order even if they get jumbled up within a directory.
By contrast, Landry could see he had a wild card in the mobile Staubach.