To check IDs at a venue with a minimum age requirement. (verb)
Examples of word card
When a lane, _i. e._, one entire ray of the star, is opened out, the place of the _inner_ card may be filled by _one card_ from the third circle.
j = (int) (Math. random () * suit. length); card = card+ "of" +suit [j]; return card; my hw is due tmr so please help me.
V. ii.114 (330,6) the card or calendar of gentry] The general preceptor of elegance; the _card_ by which a gentleman is to direct his course; the _calendar_ by which he is to choose his time, that what he does may be both excellent and seasonable.
But unlike credit, whose Latin form was inherited from Indo-European, the word card ultimately reflects borrowing into Latin from Ancient Greek.
That kind of thing, a series of them, all starting with a title card that read, “Setting the Record Straight.”
After the title card offered the apology, we see Steven questioning an auditioner whose last name is Muck.
The title card has barely passed and already it seems obvious that I'm watching these films in the wrong order.
Playing the race card is code for we are losing the debate.