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cards, plural;
  1. Comb and clean (raw wool, hemp fibers, or similar material) with a sharp-toothed instrument in order to disentangle the fibers before spinning

Noun
  1. A toothed implement or machine for this purpose


  1. one of a set of small pieces of stiff paper marked in various ways and used for playing games or for telling fortunes; "he collected cards and traded them with the other boys"
  2. tease: separate the fibers of; "tease wool"
  3. a card certifying the identity of the bearer; "he had to show his card to get in"
  4. ask someone for identification to determine whether he or she is old enough to consume liquor; "I was carded when I tried to buy a beer!"
  5. a rectangular piece of stiff paper used to send messages (may have printed greetings or pictures); "they sent us a card from Miami"
  6. thin cardboard, usually rectangular
  7. Jules Cardot (1860-1934) was a French botanist and bryologist considered in his time one of the world's leading experts on the mosses of Antarctica. His collection of herbarium specimens at his laboratories in Charleville was heavily looted and damaged during World War I.
  8. The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009 or Credit CARD Act of 2009 is a federal law passed by the United States Congress and signed by President Barack Obama on May 22, 2009. It is comprehensive credit card reform legislation that aims "... ...
  9. Evidence in policy debater two sentences. The cite contains all relevant citation information (that is, the author, date of publication, journal, title, etc.). ...
  10. Professional wrestling has accrued a considerable amount of slang, in-references, and jargon. Much of it stems from the industry's origins in the days of carnivals and circuses, and the slang itself is often referred to as "carny talk. ...
  11. In sports, a card comprises a listing of the matches taking place in a title-match combat-sport event. Organizers divide overall cards into a main-event match and the undercard, which encompasses the rest of the matches. ...
  12. The Card is a short comedic novel written by Arnold Bennett in 1911. It was later made into a 1952 movie starring Alec Guinness and Petula Clark. It chronicles the rise of Edward Henry ("Denry") Machin from washerwoman's son to Mayor of Bursley (a fictitious town based on Burslem). ...
  13. A playing card; Any game using playing cards; a card game; A resource or an argument, used to a achieve a purpose; Any flat, normally rectangular piece of stiff paper, plastic etc; A map or chart; An amusing but slightly foolish person; A list of scheduled events or of performers or ...
  14. (Cards) A card that is either handed to the swimmer in the bull pen or given to the timer behind the lane. Cards usually list the swimmers name, USS number, seed time, event number, event description, and the lane and heat number the swimmer will swim in. Backup times are written on these cards. ...
  15. (CARDS) Something that requires skill, strategy, or luck; something that 'suits' you (consider the meaning behind clubs, hearts, diamonds, or spades for further clues) / Bluffing your way out of a situation; something that is unlikely to succeed (cards are stacked against you); something falling ...
  16. (CARDS) 52 rectangular devices of equal size and width which each have respective numbers, symbols, and colors on them which keep band geeks continually entertained.
  17. (CARDS) Visa Buxx Prepaid Card
  18. (CARDS) crim. law. Small square pasteboards, generally of a fine quality, on which are painted figures of various colors, and used for playing different games. The playing of cards for amusement is not forbidden, but gaming for money is unlawful. Vide Faro bank, and Gaming.
  19. (CARDs (Certificates for Amortizing Revolving Debt)) Pass-through securities backed by credit card receivables.
  20. (Cards) A general term for any plastic card used to pay for goods and services and to withdraw cash. For purposes of this Code, it excludes electronic purses.
  21. (Cards) A pair of wooden paddles with rows of wire teeth designed to "card" raw cotton or wool, that is, to align the fibers and even out the fluffiness so that the fiber can be used as quilt batting or spun into yarn.
  22. (Cards) Also called circuit boards. A rectangular plastic board, about the size of a post card, upon which computer chips and other electronics parts are soldered. There are graphics cards, modem cards, etc. ...
  23. (Cards) Computer implementation of a card game; poker, blackjack, solitaire, etc.
  24. (Cards) If playing them in your dreams with others for social pastime, you will meet with fair realization of hopes that have long buoyed you up. Small ills will vanish. But playing for stakes will involve you in difficulties of a serious nature. If you lose at cards you will encounter enemies. ...
  25. (Cards) In order for the heroes to destroy Exodus four cards were needed. Each card was made of metal, and had a series of holes punched through them. The four cards represented a power, Love, Sol, Moons, and Death. ...