Card - Small Flat Objects

Small Flat Objects

  • ATM card
  • Business card
  • Charge card
  • Cigarette card
  • Debit card
  • Computer expansion card
  • Flashcard
  • Gift card
  • Greeting card
  • Identity document or card
  • Index card
  • Intertitle or title card in films
  • Keycard lock
  • Library card
  • Magnetic stripe card
  • Membership card
  • Memory card
  • Passport card
  • Place card
  • Playing card
  • Proximity card
  • Punched card
  • Rebate card
  • Subscriber Identity Module card
  • Smart card
  • Stored-value card
  • Telephone card
  • Trading card
  • Visiting card

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Winkler County, Texas - History
... In 1910 Kermit and Hay Flat gained post offices ... A school was built at Hay Flat in 1910 and operated until it was consolidated with the Kermit school in 1913 that year the Hay Flat post office closed ... number of farms had increased by 1910, only small hay and corn crops were harvested on 230 acres (0.93 km2) of farmland ...

Famous quotes containing the words objects, small and/or flat:

    Little minds mistake little objects for great ones, and lavish away upon the former that time and attention which only the latter deserve. To such mistakes we owe the numerous and frivolous tribe of insect-mongers, shell-mongers, and pursuers and driers of butterflies, etc. The strong mind distinguishes, not only between the useful and the useless, but likewise between the useful and the curious.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)

    There were none of the small deer up there; they are more common about the settlements. One ran into the city of Bangor two years before, and jumped through a window of costly plate glass, and then into a mirror, where it thought it recognized one of its kind.... This the inhabitants speak of as the deer that went a-shopping.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We say justly that the weak person is flat, for, like all flat substances, he does not stand in the direction of his strength, that is, on his edge, but affords a convenient surface to put upon. He slides all the way through life.... But the brave man is a perfect sphere, which cannot fall on its flat side and is equally strong every way.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)