railroad ticket


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Noun1.railroad ticket - a ticket good for a ride on a railroad trainrailroad ticket - a ticket good for a ride on a railroad train
ticket - a commercial document showing that the holder is entitled to something (as to ride on public transportation or to enter a public entertainment)
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Mejri, an atheist activist, was an unemployed graduate at the time of his imprisonment in 2012, but had worked at the railroad ticket office in his hometown of Mahdia, south of Tunis.
They bought a pistol and a railroad ticket, and Berkman set off for Pittsburgh, where he planned to murder Frick.
Fuji Radar System (2000); Tokaido Shinkansen (2000); the Seiko quartz wristwatch (2004); the Sharp electronic calculation (2005); Victor Company of Japan VHS (Video Home System) (2006); the Omron, Hankyu, and Kintetsu corporations and Osaka University railroad ticket examining system (2007); the Toshiba Japanese-language word processor (2008); and the Yosami radio transmitting station in Kariya City, Aichi Prefecture (2009).
Accessibility to all services is maximized through the provision of van transportation, Metrocards (for subway and bus services), and commuter railroad ticket reimbursement.
An attractive woman in her 40s who works in a railroad ticket office, Sukran obsessively pursues every avenue of hope that her son Veysel is alive.
A train conductor has been spotted heading out of the Brown Palace Club toward Tremont and 1 7th streets, the former site of the Rock Island Railroad ticket office.
Buy a railroad ticket, get on a train, and there, where it lands you, there you will learn to edit a magazine.
The scene realistically comes to life at the point of entry into the United States - the students pass the Statue of Liberty and enter Ellis Island, suddenly finding themselves subjected to customs officials, medical examiners, registrars and railroad ticket agents.
The line-up of motor vehicles now common at most entrance stations consists of expensive cars and recreational vehicles whose owners could easily afford a round-trip railroad ticket.
Mejri, an atheist activist, was an unemployed graduate at the time of his imprisonment in 2012, but had worked previously at the railroad ticket office in his hometown of Mahdia, south of Tunis.