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punch card

(pŭnch kard),
A card on which data are stored by means of holes made in specified positions so that data can be sorted, processed, and analyzed; method still used in developing world.
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Hallmark has responded with such innovations as postagepaid greeting cards, webcam greetings that use augmented reality technology to bring card images to life on a computer screen, and OR codes that link a card to a bonus video of a favorite character.
Webcam greetings that use augmented reality technology to bring card images to life on a computer screen continue to grow both in popularity and entertainment experience, the spokeswoman says, and new cards that debuted this past Halloween synchronize sound and motion, and also use QR Codes to link cards to bonus videos.
The snaps are included in three volumes of cigarette card images and will be put up in the auction of military memorabilia by Dreweatts in London next Tuesday.
Banks can also upload and manage their own predetermined image gallery, in which the most common card images are ranked by popularity, giving individuals an even broader selection.
The tape contains blocked card images of program decks for a series of general purpose computer programs for data and file manipulation, text editing, and data retrieval.
They can also choose from a number of preselected card images, TNB said.
Half-a-century later we still await wisdom, to replace the romantic Christmas card images that blind us to the misery of the Palestinians.
In the first phase, already completed, library staff analyzed the card catalog and enhanced the guide cards to create an index for the database of card images.
capture and upload photos and insurance card images, review and electronically pay co-insurance, co-payments and self-payment balances and electronically sign consents and financial forms.
It's another app that is great for making card images, probably best for the holiday season if you highlight spots of green and red.
The company's Webcam greetings, which use augmented reality technology to bring card images to life on a computer screen, continue to grow in popularity, Burke says, and new cards debuting this Halloween synchronize sound and motion, and also use QR Codes to link a card to a bonus video of a favorite character.