CARD


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AcronymDefinition
CARDCardinal
CARDCenter for Agricultural and Rural Development
CARDCenter for Animal Resources and Development (Japan: Kumamoto University)
CARDCaspase Recruitment Domain
CARDCenter for Anxiety and Related Disorders (Boston University)
CARDCenter for Autism and Related Disabilities
CARDCampaign against Racial Discrimination (1964-1967; UK)
CARDCollaborating Agencies Responding to Disasters (California)
CARDCandidate Access Router Discovery
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
CARDCitizens Against Radioactive Dumping
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
CARDCardiac Automatic Resuscitative Device (cardiology)
CARDComputer Aided Remote Driving
CARDConceptual and Reasoning Difficulties
CARDCenter for Aquaculture Research and Development (Sarasota, Florida)
CARDCost Analysis Requirement Description
CARDCompressed Alternate Reality Data (Phantasy Star gaming)
CARDCooperative Agricultural and Rural Development Bank (India)
CARDConventional Armaments Review Document
CARDChannel Allocation and Routing Data
CARDConstellation Architecture Requirements Document (NASA)
CARDComputer-Aided Real-time Design
CARDCommunicators for Agricultural and Rural Development (Philippines)
CARDCarrot Association for Research and Development
CARDCoastal and Arctic Research Division
CARDCommunauté d'Agglomération de la Région Dieppoise (French: Agglomeration Community of the Dieppe Region; Dieppe, France)
CARDCorrective Action, Repair & Diagnosis
CARDCommunity Action and Research for Development (India)
References in classic literature ?
He wrote "800 rubles" on a card, but while the waiter filled his glass he changed his mind and altered it to his usual stake of twenty rubles.
Tarzan smiled, and then, bowing to the count, handed him his own card.
He met women along with the whiskey and gambling, and from observation he had found that it was far easier to break away from the drink and the cards than from a woman once the man was properly entangled.
Barsad saw losing cards in it that Sydney Carton knew nothing of.
Look sharp with that candle,' said the voice; 'it's as much as I can do to see the pips on the cards as it is; and get this shutter closed as quick as you can, will you?
Sarah recognised the first card she had typewritten that afternoon.
Apparently his master's reception of the card had impressed the powdered-headed footman in Sam's favour, for when he came back from delivering it, he smiled in a friendly manner, and said that the answer would be ready directly.
As soon as his back was turned Lady Janet lifted the gold pencil-case which hung at her watch-chain, and wrote on her nephew's card (for the information of the officer in plain clothes), "
We were no sooner done eating than Cluny brought out an old, thumbed, greasy pack of cards, such as you may find in a mean inn; and his eyes brightened in his face as he proposed that we should fall to playing.
When we find him again, his mustachios and the title of Colonel on his card are the only relics of his military profession.
le Cardinal de Mazarin, who gave a card party to the king and queen.
Bishopriggs shuffled out of the room to fetch the cards.