At two feet from the body, upon the floor, I saw a playing-card.
“But there is a better way,” said Gutenberg, still studying the playing-card.
It enlarges rapidly from a postage-stamp to a playing-card; to a punt and last a pontoon.
He does not appear to have known one playing-card from another.
Then I examined the result and found the writing about one tenth of a line or the thickness of a playing-card in relief.
The origin of wood-engraving is closely connected with the early history of playing-card manufacture.
Do you mean to say that you are a flat surface, like a playing-card, with 'music' painted on you?
Biography has, too, its place in this playing-card cosmography, though it has not many examples.
Put a playing-card up edgewise horizontally and cut it in half.
It was at this moment she saw something white, no bigger than a playing-card, lie at her feet.