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*card

Fig. an entertaining and clever person who says or does funny things. (*Typically: act like ~; be ~.) He is such a card. Always making jokes. Mary is a card, and she has to learn to take things seriously sometimes.

card

verb
See phish

card

1. n. a funny person. Britney is such a card. She cracks me up.
2. tv. to check people’s ID cards for age or other eligibility. (see also carded.) They card everybody at the football games, even the parents.
3. Go to phish.
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Seleznev is just the latest member of the Carder.su organization to be caught by law enforcement.
"Carders" are individuals who use stolen card information to make illegal purchases.
In December 2014, while surveying bee populations with pan traps in residential gardens and remnant parklands in Melbourne's eastern suburbs, we collected a male Carder bee specimen, the first official record of Afranthidium (Immanthidium) repetitum in Victoria.
Garrylee McMullen won his opener before losing a tight opening set to Carder 21-19 before the Scot imposed himself in the second.
"We would not be here today if not for our pioneers," Carder said.
WINNERS: Don Billington and his partner Julia Carder celebrate
Sometimes a new insurance carder coming in with favorable pricing and terms for a difficult renewal can be a case of being careful what you wish for.
Rebecca Carder, 11, at open air concert Lauren Newell, 10, from Rhyl at the duck race and Tim Burgess with his Wizard sculpture made out of wood at this year''s Woodfest (inset)
CARDER Don The family of the late Don would like to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for the floral tributes, cards and messages of sympathy received during their recent sad loss.
As the degree audit coordinator for Pulaski Technical College in North Little Rock, Carder helped comb through academic records and found students who were eligible or close to degrees but never applied for them.
In 1987, a young woman named Angela Carder, pregnant and dying from cancer, was ordered by a court of law to undergo a cesarean delivery against her and her family's wishes.
THREE PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN THE NORTHwest soon will be flying high, literally, with branding, The carder Horizon Air will launch three Q400 turboprops painted with the colors and markings for the University of Idaho, the University of Montana, and Montana State University at their regional airports.
"Peggy" (Hickey) Mehringer of Auburn; his beloved son, Matthew of Auburn; his loving sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law; Ellen and Sandy Carder of Sudbury, MA, and Maureen and Patrick Looney of Auburn; his mother-in-law, Margaret Hickey of Auburn; his nephew, Daniel Hickey, his nieces, Erin Hickey, Katherine and Jennifer Carder and Maura and Margaret Looney.
The tube is well suited to short, self-supporting lengths inside tooling machines, and the chip-proof cable carder was also developed to be used in reverse bending radius (RBR) applications.
Sue Blackmore, WT Parker; Andrew Owen, Needham & James; and Hazel Compton, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust Jo Llewellyn-Jones; Gill Brook, Waterloo Housing Group; Andrew Dudley, Needham & James; and Manni Gill, Waterloo Housing Group Laura Bick, South Warwickshire NHS Trust; Susan Archer, Needham & James; and Julie Carder, South Warwickshire NHS Trust