The first had a quick look at my passport and handed it on to a man who sat on his left before a card index in boxes.
His repute is dependent wholly upon the skill with which he manipulates a card index and pigeon-holes.
Well, I forget the rest for about then I got busy wonderin' how she could keep the run of 'em all without the aid of a card index.
A card index was recommended, and greater definiteness in the description of the bodily marks was to be observed.
Quietly he referred to a card index a stenographer brought him.
Some salesmen have a card index devoted to this purpose, which they have found very useful.
For the routine work of the office an extremely simple system of records with card index, &c., has been devised.
A card index to the vertical file might be made to minimize the difficulties of the classed arrangement.
This index was begun as a card index to the debaters' manuals in the Reference Department of this Library.
A card index giving the record of every member in the state has recently been completed and placed in one of the vaults.
an ordered (often alphabetical) catalog or collection of information with descriptions of items on separate cards