(Brit) a vote by delegates, esp at a trade-union conference, in which each delegate’s vote counts as a vote by all his constituents
- Card walloper
card walloper jargon An EDP programmer who grinds out batch programs that do things like print people’s paychecks. Compare code grinder. See also punched card, eighty-column mind. [Jargon File] (2003-09-20)
a usually rectangular piece of stiff paper, thin pasteboard, or plastic for various uses, as to write information on or printed as a means of identifying the holder: a 3″ × 5″ file card; a membership card. one of a set of thin pieces of cardboard with spots, figures, etc., used in playing various games; […]
the aromatic seed capsules of a tropical Asian plant, Elettaria cardamomum, of the ginger family, used as a spice or condiment and in medicine. the plant itself. a related plant, Amomum compactum, or its seeds, used as a substitute for true cardamom. Contemporary Examples Bruise the cardamom pods with the back of a knife to […]
a mountain range in SE India, part of the Western Ghats. Highest peaks over 4500 feet (1370 meters).