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/ˈpōstˌkärd/,
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postcards, plural;
  1. A card for sending a message by mail without an envelope, typically having a photograph or other illustration on one side


  1. a card for sending messages by post without an envelope
  2. A postcard or post card is a rectangular piece of thick paper or thin cardboard intended for writing and mailing without an envelope. In some places, it is possible to send them for a lower fee than for a letter. ...
  3. In computing, a POST card is a diagnostic tool that reports error codes produced by a POST. They are used by technicians to troubleshoot computers that refuse to boot. ...
  4. (Postcards (Cindy Morgan album)) Postcards is the eighth album from Contemporary Christian music singer Cindy Morgan, her first for Reunion Records and her first with producer Kirkpatrick.
  5. (Postcards (novel)) Postcards is E. Annie Proulx's 1992 novel about the life and travels of Loyal Blood across the American West. ...
  6. (Postcards (Peter Ostroushko album)) Postcards is an album by American musician Peter Ostroushko, released in 2006.
  7. (Postcards (Sparkadia album)) Postcards is the debut album by Australian alternative rock band Sparkadia. The album was recorded in 2007 in London. Sparkadia worked with producer Ben Hillier who has previously worked with famous acts such as; U2, Blur, Doves, Suede and Depeche Mode. ...
  8. (POSTCARDS) 1894 onwards. Many portraits printed on this format and therefore not mass produced but divided back not introduced until 1902 when more landscapes and hence larger numbers made available for posting.
  9. (Postcards) (267) The cards described actually exist. They are included in an account of an Australian Western Front soldier, similar to what might be imagined for Ian's great-grandfather.
  10. (Postcards) Commercially-produced mailable cards without imprinted
  11. (Postcards) Create snapshots of sights or scenes with students working together in small groups.  In this structure students can  reproduce structural or landscape scenes using some lateral thinking.
  12. (Postcards) Custom Reprint Order Form
  13. (Postcards) Loosely inserted or affixed postcards are considered inserts.
  14. (Postcards) Pat takes great delight in reading everybody's postcards, and then telling everybody in the pub.
  15. (Postcards) are a less expensive form of mass marketing due to their size, lack of envelope and postage requirements. The marketing information is typically concise, and eye-catching in design. This type of writing falls under Marketing Materials.
  16. A rectangular piece of printed card, usually A6 or A5 in size, posted without an envelope and used for advertising or as a greeting.
  17. A card specifically made with the intention that it could be used by itself as a mailed message or souvenir.
  18. A privately printed mailing card. Compare to stamped card.
  19. Postcards were developed as a regulated sized piece of card stock paper primarily created to be used as an inexpensive method of sending correspondence through the mail. In this manner they became important instruments in reinforcing social bonds. ...
  20. Postcard is an item without envelope, weighing up to 20 g. The dimensions of postcard may not be less than 140 x 90, or bigger than 150 x 105 mm. For all postcards or greeting cards exceeding these limits, the postage is paid as for a letter.
  21. A compound object that contains both the front and back images of two-sided items, such as tickets, flyers, and baseball cards.
  22. An item of mail on which nothing appears on the right side of the face except the name and complete address of the addressee and such postal endorsements or labels as are necessary to facilitate delivery of the postcard. ...
  23. Also known as flyers, handbills, rack cards, etc. – Common words to describe a 2×3.5, 2×6, 3×4, 4×6, 6×8, and many other sizes that are printed and used for many reasons. These terms all basically describe the same thing and it is personal preference as to which one is use. ...
  24. Perfect for picture postcards and other rectangular mailpieces printed on card stock with no envelope. Cards must fit the following dimensions or they will be considered oversize postcards and subject to First-Class mail rates:
  25. Postcards can be as small as 3.5"x5.5" or as large as 6"x11.5". Postcards smaller than 4.25"x6" can be printed on 7-pt stock. Postcards larger than 4.25"x6" must be printed on at least 9-pt stock. ...