booking clerk


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Noun1.booking clerk - someone who sells tickets (e.g., theater seats or travel accommodations)booking clerk - someone who sells tickets (e.g., theater seats or travel accommodations)
dramatic art, dramaturgy, theater, theatre, dramatics - the art of writing and producing plays
marketer, seller, trafficker, vender, vendor - someone who promotes or exchanges goods or services for money
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booking clerk

nimpiegato/a della biglietteria
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Mr Goodwin attended Wheelwright Grammar school in Dewsbury and started his career on the railways as a booking clerk at Dewsbury station.
Under "Urgent Mail Service-Counter Collection (UMS-CC) the clients can book UMS articles as usual clearly indicating booking Clerk that this UMS would be deliverable at the specified GPO's Counter instead of delivery at the given address.
The Skype-style video link enables the booking clerk in Cardiff - who can see the samescreen display as the user - to guide passengers to the right ticket.
The Skype-style video link enables the booking clerk in Cardiff - who can see the same screen display as the user - to guide passengers to the right ticket.
A former booking clerk at Llangollen, Mr Edwards is from a family of railwaymen - his father and grandfather were both stationmasters.
Julie Stamper, Waiting list booking clerk, University Hospital, Walsgrave, Coventry.
District Judge Andrew Shaw ordered Cooper, a booking clerk, to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work during the next 12 months and to pay Mr Kadir pounds 50 compensation.
The thug tricked the booking clerk into leaving his office after claiming a passenger had collapsed on the platform at Yardley Wood railway station.
AFTER leaving Jarrow Grammar School, David Bell became a railway booking clerk.
Her father John, originally a policeman, then worked as a British Rail booking clerk.
True to her prediction, the 47-year-old booking clerk was found dead in bed last Friday - just hours before she was due to attend a doctor's appointment to find out if there was anything wrong.