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AcronymDefinition
CARDCaspase Recruitment Domain
CARDCandidate Access Router Discovery (IANA)
CARDCaspase Recruitment Domain-Containing Protein
CARDCaspase Activation and Recruitment Domain
CARDCenter for Autism and Related Disorders, Inc.
CARDCost Analysis Requirements Document
CARDContact-Based Architecture for Resource Discovery
CARDCivil Aviation Research and Development
CARDCenter for Agricultural Research and Development (various countries)
CARDComputerized Anthropometric Research and Design
CARDCasinos Austria Research & Development
CARDCitizens Advocating Responsible Development
CARDConsolidated Admissions and Reporting Directive
CARDCatalog of Approved Requirements Documents
CARDComputer Aided Remote Driving
CARDCenter for Aquaculture Research and Development (Sarasota, Florida)
CARDConceptual and Reasoning Difficulties
CARDCost Analysis Requirement Description
CARDCompressed Alternate Reality Data (Phantasy Star gaming)
CARDConventional Armaments Review Document
CARDCooperative Agricultural and Rural Development Bank (India)
CARDChannel Allocation and Routing Data
CARDConstellation Architecture Requirements Document (NASA)
CARDComputer-Aided Real-time Design
CARDCarrot Association for Research and Development
CARDCommunicators for Agricultural and Rural Development (Philippines)
CARDCoastal and Arctic Research Division
CARDCorrective Action, Repair & Diagnosis
CARDCommunauté d'Agglomération de la Région Dieppoise (French: Agglomeration Community of the Dieppe Region; Dieppe, France)
CARDCommunity Action and Research for Development (India)
CARDCenter for Autism and Related Disabilities
CARDCenter for Agricultural and Rural Development
CARDCitizens Against Radioactive Dumping
CARDCardinal
CARDCollaborating Agencies Responding to Disasters (California)
CARDCenter for Anxiety and Related Disorders (Boston University)
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she asked, fumbling over the cards and dropping half as she tried to tie them up.
Miss Garth looked down at the card in her hand, and looked up again in blank astonishment.
Slightly observant of the smoky lights; of the people, pipe in mouth, playing with limp cards and yellow dominoes; of the one bare- breasted, bare-armed, soot-begrimed workman reading a journal aloud, and of the others listening to him; of the weapons worn, or laid aside to be resumed; of the two or three customers fallen forward asleep, who in the popular high-shouldered shaggy black spencer looked, in that attitude, like slumbering bears or dogs; the two outlandish customers approached the counter, and showed what they wanted.
At one of his encampments the guard stationed to keep watch round the camp grew weary of their duty, and feeling a little too secure, and too much at home on these prairies, retired to a small grove of willows to amuse themselves with a social game of cards called "old sledge," which is as popular among these trampers of the prairies as whist or ecarte among the polite circles of the cities.
It was a fine arrangement for Henry Crawford, who was close to Fanny, and with his hands full of business, having two persons' cards to manage as well as his own; for though it was impossible for Fanny not to feel herself mistress of the rules of the game in three minutes, he had yet to inspirit her play, sharpen her avarice, and harden her heart, which, especially in any competition with William, was a work of some difficulty; and as for Lady Bertram, he must continue in charge of all her fame and fortune through the whole evening; and if quick enough to keep her from looking at her cards when the deal began, must direct her in whatever was to be done with them to the end of it.
Anne of Austria held the cards against the cardinal, and her daughter-in-law assisted her in the game, when she was not engaged in smiling at her husband.
But you must give me your card," Newman said; "your card, you know.
Rostov staked five rubles on a card and lost, staked again, and again lost.
Permit me to offer you my card, and should the time come when I may serve you, remember that I am yours to command.
Pluck and endurance counted in the game, but the great god Chance dealt the cards.
Emily looked at some lines of writing at the back of the card.
A small photograph, mounted on a card, fell out of the book.