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5876 examples of carded in sentences

"Yes; on his card; I have it here!"

and with trembling fingers, I got out my pocket-book and drew the card from the compartment in which I had carefully preserved it.

Godfrey stopped in front of the purser's office, and passed his card through the little window to the man inside the cage.

"Perhaps you will be so kind as to have a steward take my card to him?"

" "Here's my card.

" The sergeant took the card, looked at it, and looked at me.

Mountain (hill) Creek (river) Letter (postal card) 4.

Some of these are professional rather than social; you decide not to leave your card at their doors.

I would produce it as my trump-card.

"'MONTGOMERY PENDRAGON,'" she softly read from the card presented.

His surprise was therefore great when the latter suddenly hove to on their beam-ends, and declared an armistice, to permit of Mr. ASHBURY'S publishing the following: Card.

The daily papers, with their usual inaccuracy, have made it appear that the Dauntless was the winner, but among thinking men there is but one opinion in regard to the matter, an opinion fully explained and corroborated in the following, published by Mr. ASHBURY, immediately on the Punchinelletto passing the mark-boat: Card.

This was further supplemented by a Card from Mr. BENNETT.

" King of Corpus (who was an incorrigible wag) was about to point out a half dozen of people in the room, as the most celebrated wits of that day; but I cut King's shins under the table, and got the fellow to hold his tongue, while Jones wrote on his card to Hoskins, hinted to him that a boy was in the room, and a gentleman who was quite a greenhorn: hence that the songs had better be carefully selected.

The wine was of his own sending, and so were the China firescreens, and the sandal-wood work-box, and the ivory card case, and those magnificent pink and white chessmen, carved like little sepoys and mandarins, with the castles on elephants' backs, George the Third and his queen in pink ivory against the Emperor of China and lady in whitethe delight of Clive's childhood, the chief ornament of the old spinster's sitting-room.

The Major asked the fifth-form boy to carry his card up to the Doctor, which the lad did with an arch look.

Major Pendennis had written on the card: "I must take A.P. home; his father is very ill.

" As the Doctor received the card, and stopped his harangue with rather a scared look, the laughter of the boys, half constrained until then, burst out in a general shout.

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They were printed on a card, and sold, principally at the railway stations.

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They can call my dad and get his credit card number.

" Marty picked up the card of invitation which J.W. had flipped across the table to him, and read it.

A lady should send in her card, and if her friends be able to receive her, the visitor's manner and conversation should be subdued and in harmony with the character of her visit.

Courtesy would dictate that a mourning card should be used, and that visitors, in paying condoling visits, should be dressed in black, either silk or plain-coloured apparel.

In all these visits, if your acquaintance or friend be not at home, a card should be left.

If in a carriage, the servant will answer your inquiry and receive your card; if paying your visits on foot, give your card to the servant in the hall, but leave to go in and rest should on no account be asked.

If in a carriage, the servant will answer your inquiry and receive your card; if paying your visits on foot, give your card to the servant in the hall, but leave to go in and rest should on no account be asked.

In making a first call, either upon a newly-married couple, or persons newly arrived in the neighbourhood, a lady should leave her husband's card together with her own, at the same time, stating that the profession or business in which he is engaged has prevented him from having the pleasure of paying the visit, with her.

If the entertainment is to be simply an evening party, this must be specified on the card or note of invitation.

In this case inclose the letter of introduction in an envelope with your card.

The drawing-rooms being prepared, the card-tables laid out with cards and counters, and such other arrangements as are necessary made for the reception of the company, the rooms should be lighted up as the hour appointed approaches.

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Imprimatur: HERBERTUS CARD.

But we who have met heroes know that they are very seldom of the type which achieves the immortality of the picture post-card.

Each man wore beneath his cap a little head covering of burnished steel set with rivets of gold, and underneath his jerkin a coat of linked mail, as fine as carded wool, yet so tough that no arrow could pierce it.

I had heard that Eve Effingham was guilty of indiscretions, but I did not think she was so lost to virtue, as to touch a card.

His eyes lifted an instant from the binnacle card to glance at me curiously.

I doubt if even Estada will resort to force on board; indeed force will be the very last card he will care to play in your case.

He bent down to glance at the card and I saw his dark face in the gleam of the binnacle light.

I observed that his name was carded upon three staterooms; and, upon again referring to the list of passengers, I found that he had engaged passage for himself, wife, and two sistershis own.

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I'll have a present cooling card for you.

Thus the whole mattress is transferred from a sodden heap to a high and fluffy mountain of carded wool, all baked by the heat of the sun.

The sticks flew this way and that, and the twisted note shot up into the air with a bunch of wool which fell across the two sticks and was presently cast aside upon the carded heap.

From the envelope Marcos took a twisted paper, not innocent of carded wool.

There had been nothing inside but the necklace: not a card, not a scrap of paper.

They generally worked in pairs, a spinning wheel and cards being assigned to each pair, and while one carded the wool into rolls, the other spun it into yarn suitable for weaving into cloth, or a coarse, heavy thread used in making bridles and lines for the mules that were used in the fields.

Croft, in his Life of Young (Johnson's Works, viii. 453), says that 'Young and his housekeeper were ridiculed with more ill-nature than wit in a kind of novel published by Kidgell in 1755, called The Card, under the name of Dr. Elwes and Mrs. Fusby.' Memoirs of Philip Doddridge, ed. 1766, p. 171.

Look through a pin-hole in a card at a uniform white surface as the white shade of an ordinary reading-lamp.

Make on a white card two squares of equal size.

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Quite without conscious effort his brain registered and filed away in the card-index of his subconscious mind the picture presented by the passing of Luke Tweezy, the impression made thereby, and the inference drawn therefrom.

These services to the gods being finished, they sally forth about daylight in all directions, to visit friends and neighbours, leaving a red paper card at each house.

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Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including including checks, online payments and credit card donations.

Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including including checks, online payments and credit card donations.

Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including including checks, online payments and credit card donations.

Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including including checks, online payments and credit card donations.

Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including including checks, online payments and credit card donations.

Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including including checks, online payments and credit card donations.

Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including including checks, online payments and credit card donations.

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He found Lady Medlincourt playing bridge in the card-room.

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Time Card On waking I can Pray for Gilly and Nan; Eat breakfast at seven.

I am much inclined to think we are no more free agents than the queen of clubs when she victoriously takes prisoner the knave of hearts; and all our efforts (when we rebel against destiny) as weak as a card that sticks to a glove when the gamester is determined to throw it on the table.

I soon found that name upon a card of pasteboard hanging at the door of a shop where bread and fruits were displayed in the window.

One evening, when I came home, the card of Rev. O., my American friend, was handed to me by the landlord, who informed me by his gestures that he had been there to call on me.

The card was backed by a note asking me to meet him at No., Rue.

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Pope was destined to make Jackson's acquaintance speedilyand rather unceremoniously, for Jackson was ill-mannered enough, instead of passing in his card at Pope's front door, as etiquette required, to present it at the kitchen-gate.

We saw the husk carded out by machinery into its component fibres, for coco-rope matting, coir-rope, saddle-stuffing, brushes, and a dozen other uses; while the fruit was crushed down for the sake of its oil; and could but wish all success to an industry which would be most profitable, both to the projectors and to the island itself, were it not for the uncertainty, rather than the scarcity, of labour.

It is then carded by cylindrical cards, which move against each other, with different velocities.

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For her soul was white like to thrice-carded wool, and so his soul was red with all that was of courage or knightly pride.

After the spring shearings are over, the wool washed and carded and made into rolls, there begin to circulate invitations to spinning-bees at the different farm-houses.

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Peter was rather a godsend to grandma in the matter of stockings; no wool that was ever carded could resist his vigorous onslaughts, and it kept grandma busy all her spare moments to supply his restless feet with warm covering.

The result was, that the fibres seemed to be set at liberty from each other; after which it was carded on cotton cards, spun, and woven as cotton.

Wool must be carded and spun into thread for.

They carded and washed sheep's wool and put in their quilts.

When the ram cat had got down to the loins he was once more placed at the shoulders, and again carded the proctor (toties quoties)

Cotton and wool was carded, spun and woven into cloth for clothes, fast colored dyes were made by boiling different kinds of roots and barks, various colored berries were also used for this purpose.

She carded the wool and spun yarn on the old spinning wheel.

These answers puzzled the questioners, and they did not know what more to say; as they stood silent the other girl got up and went away remarking, "While I have been waiting here, I might have carded a seer of cotton."

Towards the field In which the Parish Chapel stood alone, Girt round with a bare ring of mossy wall, While half an hour went by, the Priest had sent 30 Many a long look of wonder: and at last, Risen from his seat, beside the snow white ridge Of carded wool which the old man had piled He laid his implements with gentle care, Each in the other locked; and, down the path

As she carefully carded the mass of hair lock by lock, thinking it an unnecessary nightly labor, the restless head under her hands was turned towards the portable husband.

Mother and the girls washed, carded, spun, and wove the wool from our own sheep into good strong cloth.

The wool is carded very fine, and then, by curious machinery, it is rolled out into rolls about three feet long, and as large round as a whip-handle at the middle.

These rollers were covered with card teeth, and the wool, as it was drawn in between them, was carded fine, and spread evenly over all the surface; and in a few minutes Jonas and Oliver found that it began to come out at the other end, in the shape of rolls.

After cotton was picked from the fields the seeds were picked out by hand, the cotton was then carded for further use.

Two distinct courses are followed in the preparation of the jute fibre after it leaves the bale opener, and before it is carded by the breaker card.

The resulting mass is then re-carded, perhaps along with other more valuable material, and made into a sliver which is used, as stated above, in the production of a cheap and comparatively thick weft such as that used for sacking.