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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uk/jobsearch we found 21,349 transport and travel positions from a TUI retail travel adviser in Hitchin, Herts (on application) and a transport booking clerk in Cambridge (PS16,968 to PS19,852) to a commis chef at London City Airport (PS7.
Gordon was a booking clerk at Taff's Well railway station when they met.
Mr Goodwin attended Wheelwright Grammar school in Dewsbury and started his career on the railways as a booking clerk at Dewsbury station.
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.
The consultants in Radiology felt this was frustrating for parents and advised them to call the Radiology booking clerk directly when changes were required.
The event was kicked off with a torch relay through the whole factory, with booking clerk Sandy Powell given the honour of lighting a makeshift cauldron outside the main reception.
My second job was as a booking clerk to a pawnbroker.
The assault on Khan was sparked by a violent altercation between a group of passengers waiting to purchase tickets and a booking clerk at 7.
Former booking clerk Eryl Edwards said: "Usually we hold the annual get together in Bala but because it was the 45th anniversary we decided to do something different.
RAILWAY bosses have offered a pounds 5,000 reward for the arrest and convictions of robbers who tied up a Birmingham train station booking clerk.
My mother worked at Highley railway station as a booking clerk during the war and I was often put in the guard's van on the train and sent to Arley.