book match

book′ match`


n.
a match in or from a matchbook.
[1935–40]
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Qatar Airways Holidays will provide e-tickets to those customers who book match packages online.
This combines large book match marble panels, large format grey marble effect porcelain used to clad the work tops, industrial brick effect tiles and geometric detailing in the form of hexagon shaped white wall tiles.
Readers learn about book match, slip match and other veneer patterns, and wood species trends.
If you are going to book MATCH REFEREE: someone because you think they are trying to dive then it is a thought that is in your mind before the game and that's wrong.
Book match refers to the way veneers are joined together to create one sheet, When making a sheet, many pieces of veneer, called flitches, are joined side by side to create the full width.
Neil, who spent nearly a decade in Singapore writing about sport and corruption which he has used as the basis for his book Match Fixer, explained: "The more money wagered and collected, the more money often reinvested in the English Premier League.
Contact the club to book match, rail or Travel Club tickets.
FOOTBALL fans could soon book match tickets from their mobile phones, thanks to a Scots firm.
Readers of Gravity's Rainbow will enjoy simply seeing how their imagined visions of the book match up with Smith's.
Type of match within the face (running book match, balance match, or center match).
Many fans didn't book match tickets because of the problems of finding hotels nearby.