business card

noun
a small card on which is printed, typically, a person's name, job title, firm, business address, and telephone number.

Origin:
1830–40

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Example sentences
When receiving a business card, make a show of examining it, then put it into
  your card case or place it on the table.
In one corner of his business card is a space shuttle next to a skunk.
The tires were about the width of a business card and provided roughly the same
  level of grip.
The service also recommends that you always read a business card immediately
  upon receipt and offer one in return.
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