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menu, bill of fare, card, carte du jour, cartenoun
a list of dishes available at a restaurant
"the menu was in French"
bill of fare
short for Carte de visite
alt. of Quarte
Etymology: [F. See 1st Card.]
Carte is a web-based software system used as a production monitoring and analysis tool for viewing, graphing, analyzing and exporting daily or monthly oil and gas production trends. Originally written by software developer Darren Beeksma, this software is now developed, maintained and marketed by Merrick Systems, Inc. of Houston, Texas.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kärt, n. the fourth position of the wrist in fencing. [Fr. quart—L. quartus, fourth.]
kärt, n. a bill of fare: (Scot.), a playing-card: short for carte-de-visite.—ns. Carte-blanche′, a blank paper, duly signed, and given to a person, to be filled up at his pleasure; Carte-de-visite′, a small photographic portrait pasted on a card; Cart′el, a challenge: an agreement for exchange of prisoners; a card with writing on it.—Have carte-blanche, to have a commission to act with full discretionary powers. [Fr.,—L. charta. See Card.]
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
A movement of the sword in fencing, as tierce and carte. Also a movement of the rifle bayonet drill.
The numerical value of carte in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of carte in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Congress' intention was not to give them carte blanche.
We will ensure freedom of navigation on the waters in the region. We will work to prevent and counteract any Iranian malign cyber activity. We will track down Iranian operatives and their Hezbollah proxies operating around the world and crush them, iran will never again have carte blanche to dominate Middle East.
I think in the time slot we're in, we have a carte blanche in a way to make a looser show and for it to feel like a more fun environment.
We don't mind giving our information to our health care providers, but we don't want to give it to a vendor that has carte blanche to give that information to anybody they want to.
Lots of people flip out over good street art these days and if your business has something really cool painted on it people acknowledge you more, i gave the artist carte blanche to do whatever he wanted. I just told him it should have a Latin American feel to it.
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