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donor card

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdonor cardˈdonor ˌcard noun [countable]  a card that you carry to show that when you die a doctor can take parts of your body to use in the medical treatment of someone else
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donor cardSix-year-old Stewart Davies carried a donor card everywhere with him, heartbroken dad Brian revealed.Remember, by filling in a donor card you could help save some one's life.Only two weeks before, she told her mum she wanted a donor card in case anything happened to her.I therefore launched the donor card again last week.
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