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2155 examples of ticketed in sentences

On the top shelf of the laboratory I hung up the bullet-pierced hat; and the bullet itself I ticketed with the date and kept in my desk.

The ticket given me called by number for a certain berth, and I sought until I found this, throwing within the small bundle I bore, and then finding a chance to sit down on the deck beneath.

"The women here have got up a Parliament, and are showing tonight," said the ticket-seller.

You may get a ticket though at the last minute, from some one who cannot come.

I can save you a ticket if this happens.

Even the ticket holders had been warned that no seat would be held after eight o'clock.

At the wicket he made inquiry for his ticket, and was told to stand back and wait.

He wedged his way back to the box office, only to find that there was no ticket for him.

I heard Mr. Morris say that as we were only going a short distance, it was not worth while to get an express ticket for me.

" The agent was at hand, for he was the ticket agent and station master as well, and they soon signed for the box.

But one or two passengers were set down and, as the engine began to snort anew, a man darted from behind the tiny structure that housed ticket-office and waiting-room, galloped heavily across the platform, and with nothing to spare threw himself into the compartment immediately behind that wherein Lanyard sat alone.

If not, he proved the contrary to his own satisfaction by paying for his ticket from an imposing accumulation of French bank-notes.

Of a sudden he ended the argument by thrusting the slip back into the hands of the jackal, growled a few words of imperative instruction, jerked his thumb toward the ticket bureau, and without more ado turned and strode from the terminus.

Business of displaying the ticket: identified by Lanyard as the object over which the conference had split.

Thus far without interruption from the clerk of the ticket bureau.

" It came out at the baggage-room; for there were the trunks of the Hart boys, and they had to go with the others to the ticket-office for their tickets, before they could get their checks.

We were now approaching Norton Falgate, when the sight of some shop-goods ticketed freshened him up into a dissertation upon the cheapness of cottons this spring.

On Monday, June 4, we all went to Luton-Hoe, to see Lord Bute's magnificent seat, for which I had obtained a ticket.

Lord knows I would have given a hundred francs to be out of her reach; but we had been all ticketed and labelled through under the same "pass," and there was no such thing as dissolving partnership now.

Two hours later I bought my ticket at the Gare de Lyon for the little town chosen by Balzac as the scene for his delicious story of Ursule Mirouet.

"And the best of it is that we haven't seen a bogus ticket!" said the treasurer, much elated.

"There'll be big crowds here," said Mr. Moyne, as he walked toward the ticket wagon in preparation for the rush.

"Here's a reserved seat ticket now.

The detectives will be here at eight o'clock, just when the rush is at its height at the ticket wagon.

There's the ticket guy now.

" Soon the men from the shipyard surrounded the two men, one of whom had been designated by the sentence: "There's the ticket guy now.

There was a flash of something bright, a metallic clicktwo of them, in factand the ticket seller tried to break away.

As to the ticket trick, Bill was only a sort of agent in that.

"THE YELLOW TICKET.

The chief properties are a yellow ticket and a hat-pin.

It appears that she wanted to leave the pale to go to see her dying father in Petersburg, and the police, who will have their grim joke against a Jewess, offer her "the most powerful passport in Russia"the yellow ticket of Rahab.

On Wednesday, July 21st, the eight day of my stay in London, I went to Charing Cross Station and procured a ticket for Paris.

The "through ticket" 3rd Class, from London to Paris, cost 21 shillings.

The Republicans did not gain a majority of the popular vote, as the combined opposing tickets cast 930,170 votes more than they; but their vote was much larger than that for any other ticket, and gave them a handsome majority in the electoral college.

I had to go to a coach office opposite the inn to pay and be booked for London, and was duly set down in a way-bill with name; and then entered the omnibus: was transferred to the Railway Station, and then received the Railway Ticket by shouting out my name.

[For identification: general] badge, criterion; countercheck^, countermark^, countersign, counterfoil; duplicate, tally; label, ticket, billet, letter, counter, check, chip, chop; dib^; totem; tessera^, card, bill; witness, voucher; stamp; cacher [Fr.]; trade mark, Hall mark.

[For detection], check, telltale; test &c (experiment) 463; mileage ticket; milliary^. notification &c (information) 527; advertisement &c (publication) 531. word of command, call; bugle call, trumpet call; bell, alarum, cry; battle cry, rallying cry; angelus^; reveille; sacring bell^, sanctus bell [Lat.].

V. indicate; be the sign &c n.. of; denote, betoken; argue, testify &c (evidence) 467; bear the impress &c n.. of; connote, connotate^. represent, stand for; typify &c (prefigure) 511; symbolize. put an indication, put a mark &c n.; note, mark, stamp, earmark; blaze; label, ticket, docket; dot, spot, score, dash, trace, chalk; print; imprint, impress; engrave, stereotype.

drawing, scheme, schematic, graphic, chart, flow chart (representation) 554. forecast, program, programme, prospectus; carte du pays [Fr.]; card; bill, protocol; order of the day, list of agenda; bill of fare &c (food) 298; base of operations; platform, plank, slate [U.S.], ticket [U.S.].

If they move from one district to another they have a ticket, so that the residence and the movements of all are known.

Accordingly we find that a man is always measured by the office he holds, or by his occupation, nationality, or family relationsin a word, by the position and character which have been assigned him in the conventional arrangements of life, where he is ticketed and treated as so much goods.

Then, with an abrupt movement, he came back to the envelopes and, pushing the tree aside, said: "We will take it up again presently; for, in order that you may understand now, it is necessary that events should pass in review before you, and that you should see in action all these actors ticketed here, each one summed up in a brief note.

So here he was, ticketed and started, fairly bound for Colorado, sitting with his hat over his eyes, and thinking about it.

A Bromide will never jump out of his box into that ticketed "Sulphite.

Was chosen Vice-President on the ticket with Washington, and on the assembling of the Senate took his seat as President of that body, at New York in April, 1789.

A ticket . . . . . . . . . .

A round trip ticket . . . . .

The ticket window . . . . . .

He could recognise fooleryprovided it were ticketed plainly enough.

Each puzzle was ticketed; and, highly delighted, they all sat down to partake of the good things spread on the table, determined to vie with each other in trials of skill and perseverance on their curious little toys.

In a word, Mr. Brougham's is ticketed and labelled eloquence, registered and in numeros (like the successive parts of a Scotch Encyclopedia)it is clever, knowing, imposing, masterly, an extraordinary display of clearness of head, of quickness and energy of thought, of application and industry; but it is not the eloquence of the imagination or the heart, and will never save a nation or an individual from perdition.

There's a fresh sample ticketed every year; and they're not like port wine, you must remember, they don't improve with keeping.

The dressing-stations are mere offices for their redirection, where they are carefully ticketed, but where little else is done.

"There is my ticket," said he.

Now they've got everybody stamped and branded with law an' order, herded together like cattle, ticketed, done for.

My paternal relation, however, (Houlditch), undertook my repair, and I was very soon exhibited painted green, and ticketed, 'For sale secondhand.'

Our descent from the hotel to the railway station was as lively as that of a parched pea on a red-hot frying-pan, but it was effected without any injury requiring the assistance of the paving-surgeons, and by the time our luggage was ticketed the train had arrived: some tumbled out, others tumbled in; the kettle hissed, and off we went, the first few hundred yards of our journey being along the street.

There is no ticketed crowded display of wares, but the look of the shop inspires a feeling of confidence and an assurance that the quality of what you purchase may be relied upon.

A member, on payment of one guinea annually, may obtain an ivory ticket, which will admit one named person with a companion to both establishments; or a transferable ivory ticket which will admit one person.

A member, on payment of one guinea annually, may obtain an ivory ticket, which will admit one named person with a companion to both establishments; or a transferable ivory ticket which will admit one person.

At the end of each day every member of the Brigade would receive a food ticket in payment of his services.

This ticket he would present at our food depรดt, where he would be supplied with whatever articles he might require.

Having bought over the Gomantak from the Chowgules, the Sakal group does not seem to be interested in making big-ticket investments in the English-language Gomantak Times.

His perceived closeness with BJP had probably started long before he joined BJP, to contest Cuncolim constituency on that party's ticket in the 1998 Goa assembly elections.

I voted the Publican ticket, they called it.

I don't remember what kind er ticket I votes.

"I've had 'em to offer me money to vote the Democrat ticket.

Some of 'em used to vote the Democrat ticket.

In fact it would be a salutary thing if other tradesmen imitated the "commercial candour" of the railways and ticketed their goods with the pre-war value in addition to the present charge.

"Can't yer see this is Firs-Class, and if you got a Firs-Class ticket, can't yer see there's two Sahibs 'ere?

"'Ereask this native for 'is ticket," he said, on the arrival of that functionary.

"Wot's 'e doing in 'ere with me?" "Ticket, please?" said the guarda very black Goanese.

The Pathan produced his ticket.

The Federalist ticket was John Adams and Thomas Pinckney of South Carolina.

"When I got big enough I voted the Republican ticket and after they got this primary.

Somebody ask him how we got there and he showed them a ticket from the Freedmans bureau in Atlanta.

We knowed he voted Democrat so we voted the other ticket so it would be Republican.

The next morning when Migwan came to school she saw a conspicuous notice on the Bulletin Board: LOST: Handbag containing book of lecture notes and ticket for Saturday afternoon's performance of "The Bluebird."

Finder may keep theater ticket if he or she will return notebook to Miss Moore, Room 10.

She opened it and found Miss Moore's notebook and the theater ticket inside.

Miss Moore was overjoyed at the return of the notebook and insisted on her keeping the ticket, which Migwan at first declined to accept.

"My dear child," said Miss Moore, "if you knew what trouble I had collecting those notes you would think, too, that it was worth the price of a theater ticket to get them back!"

"I think I might work round the governor if I had time," this dutiful son said to himself, as he reflected upon the aspect of affairs in Queen Anne's Court; "but I fancy the old chap has taken his ticket for the next worldbooked throughper express train, and the chances are that he'll keep his word and not leave me sixpence.

As a token of my affection for him I send him a ticket in the lottery that's now drawing in the Federal City; if it should be his fortune to draw the Hotel, it will add to the pleasure I feel in giving it.

He declared if his ticket should turn up a prize, he would go and live in the Federal City.

The crystal he said had come into his possession with other oddments at the forced sale of another curiosity dealer's effects, and not knowing what its value might be, he had ticketed it at ten shillings.

Finding the fair lady whom I was detailed to personally conduct, and the ticketed place where I was to sit, I prepared to make a Gargantuan meal.

A diamond ornament in a window may be ticketed as worth so many hundreds of pounds; but the glittering gem, and the sum it represents, seem rather abstract than real.

But to have spent one's youth at college, in contact with the choice and rare and precious, and yet still to be a blind prig or vulgarian, unable to scent out human excellence or to divine it amid its accidents, to know it only when ticketed and labeled and forced on us by others, this indeed should be accounted the very calamity and shipwreck of a higher education.

"The presents were in two rooms," says Miss Mitchell, "ticketed and numbered, and a catalogue of them sold.

Thus it happened that, on the west side of the block, there was only one drygoods dealer, whose shop front and awning posts were festooned with calicoes and other fabrics, ticketed with ingeniously deformed figures, and bearing some attractive adjective, expressing the owners private and conscientious opinion of their excellence.

"Ye shall know," says orthodoxism, "only the truth that has been prescribed and ticketed by authority; ye shall be taught what is orthodox, and orthodoxy shall keep you safe and sound."

He recalled an incident that occurred during the performance of his duties there, which was as follows: Mr. John Doggett who was running for office on the Democratic ticket brought a number of colored people to Mayport by boat from Chaseville to vote.

As a testimony of my affection for him I send him a ticket in the lottery which is now drawing in the Federal City; and if it should be his fortune to draw the hotel it will add to the pleasure I have in giving it."

Upon either side of the trench, neatly tacked to the muddy wall by a device of the hairpin variety, run countless insulated wires, clad in coats of various colours and all duly ticketed.

And there, in a closet appropriated to articles left in hackney-coaches,a perfect limbo of canes, parasols, shawls, pocket-books, and what-not,he found it, ticketed and awaiting its lawful owner.

In the general disarray of the ticketed furniture and stripped walls, all artistic charm had disappeared.

Once she noticed the roomthe furniture ticketed in lotsand paused in concern and pity.

All clothing made outside factories for sale is to be ticketed "tenement made," and any person removing the ticket before sale may be fined.

Very odd he should have liked a little red-haired thing like me; but every one is ticketed, I believe.