subway token

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Noun1.subway token - a token that is used to pay for entry to the subway systemsubway token - a token that is used to pay for entry to the subway system
token - a metal or plastic disk that can be redeemed or used in designated slot machines
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The president went on to recall that when Dustin Hoffman auditioned for a part in "The Graduate", a crew member handed him a subway token on his way out, saying, "here, kid, you're gonna need this.
Overtaken by technology, they sit in the past alongside the phone booth, the subway token, the office typing pool and even the card catalog.
her knapsack, she clutches her subway token, sings the city
The bottle is shaped like a starfish, and the emblem is a subway token.
I couldn't even buy a subway token to look for work," she said.
Yet just when "Jesus Hopped the `A' Train" has one fumbling in one's pockets for the subway token that will spirit one home, Jones shows up on his side of the prison yard.
And if the allegedly national (but in fact LA and NYC heavy) biennial of two years back seems about as sea-to-shining-sea as a New York City subway token, we might take a cut with our "New York Parochialism" wedge and get the air of neglected regionalists under the ball.
I went to the extravagantly criticized production armed to flee, a subway token burning a hole in my hand.
July 1 as they were headed underground for a story on a murdered subway token clerk.
Irishman Maurice Fitzgerald, a shootout champ a decade ago, sometimes uses an old Irish punt coin, but most of the time places a New York City subway token right behind his golf ball.
Six months later, in a crime that seemed inspired by a scene from Columbia Pictures' movie The Money Train, two men torched a New York City subway token booth, killing the attendant.