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Trail: CarteDeVisite



In the days when people actually used social calling cards rather than business cards, there were four things one could say by folding the corners: bending the upper left corner said visite, meaning you had given the card personally; bending the upper right corner said félicitation, meaning you extend your congratulations; bending the lower left corner said congé, meaning you were leaving town; bending the lower right corner said condolence, which expressed sympathy.