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
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Helpful booking clerks at Cardiff Central station are advising passengers wanting to go by train to Birmingham to buy a return ticket from Pontyclun.
As I use this service regularly I know what the correct price is, and so I managed to persuade the booking clerks to re-check their figures.
Station booking clerks Michael Rafferty and Wayne Levy were on the smaller Thames train together as they headed for Wiltshire and the second day of a training course.
Some examples of items that can be funded under this program include mobile data computers, mapping software, computer aided dispatch systems, booking clerks, dispatchers or civilian jailers.
Booking clerks - wearing ID badges in soft pastels that say, "Hi, I'm Kevin"
Thanks to a nefarious nexus between booking clerks and TTEs, touts are ensuring buying a tatkal ticket is next to impossible.
People doubt the fairplay of booking clerks and accuse that seats were being given in return for favours or on the recommendations of the Railways high ups.
As well as drivers, firemen, guards, ticket inspectors, signalmen, and booking clerks the NYMR needs people who can help maintain the track and infrastructure, the signals and stations.
Booking clerks and National Rail Enquiries are telling people the cheapest fare for the whole, non-stop journey.
So the booking clerks would write on the booking forms `Posh' which stood for Port Outward Starboard Home.
Booking clerks were still kept busy, having to enter details of each ticket sold and also filling out a way-bill for each train, with corresponding stations on the route, each passenger's name and their class.
Cutting out the middle men, travel agents and booking clerks, cuts costs substantially.