Pass check

a ticket of admission to a place of entertainment, or of readmission for one who goes away in expectation of returning.

See also: Pass

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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QUETTA -- Frontier Corps (FC) arrested seven Afghan nationals under foreign act at Luck Pass check post area of Mastung district.
"Trucks are allowed to pass check posts and take chromites to Pakistan by police against bribes," he said.
"We want to invite more young people to travel on our bus services, but we know that having a travel pass checked has been a barrier in the past."
How can you somehow misread the departures board, get through two boarding pass checks and end up about to fly to Oslo when you probably wanted to go to Poznan or somewhere?
"If sex workers don't pass checks, they won't be allowed to work and violent punters will face prosecution."
Hamilton also had the indignity of having his pass checked by security as he returned to the paddock still wearing his race helmet.
Tenants must be working adults and will have to pass checks before moving in.
New self-service 'Smart Access' scanners were introduced on April 22 to replace manual boarding pass checks. The system scans boarding passes and verifies that passengers are travelling on the correct flight and date.
Operators of London Stansted Airport said the facility is ready to launch new self-service "Smart Access" scanners to replace the manual boarding pass checks for all the passengers taking a plane at the airport.