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v-card

slang Virginity. Ugh, losing your v-card at prom is such a cliché.
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Within the online environment, networking with manufacturers and peers is as simple as an instant message or the exchange of a v-card, and you can easily gather valuable resources like white papers, tech articles, and data sheets in your online briefcase (which will never get heavy).
* A v-card service to allow a viewer to download contact and other information about a lawyer in the Find-a-Lawyer section.
In her second post, the "V-card", she describes losing her virginity at the age of 18, while the next post is the first part of an expose on the sexual preferences of Oxbridge blues.
Which would you rather receive: a personal note from someone or a v-card email requesting updated contact information?
IDS will tell the Tory leader that disaffected youths should be signed up to a "V-card" system, where they could earn credits for doing voluntary work and exchange them for treats such as concert tickets.
Applications and services here include collaborative services, the V-card, context awareness for pervasive assistive environments, architecture support for mobile context-aware applications, mobility predictions, distribution patterns for mobile Internet applications, health care, applications for people with cognitive challenges and mobile magazines.