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Ticket

An abbreviation of order ticket.

Ticket

Informal for the form on which an investor makes an order to a broker. It is not always necessary to fill out a ticket, as some orders can be made over the phone or via the Internet. It is also called an order ticket.

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Not only was it sufficient for the ticket, but for a little food also, ' said Kim, leaping to his place.
He stood in a gigantic stone hall paved, it seemed, with the sheeted dead third-class passengers who had taken their tickets overnight and were sleeping in the waiting-rooms.
I 've been dying to go all day, tried to get tickets this morning and could n't, been fuming about it ever since, and now oh, how splendid
Give me the ticket," says Flashman, with an oath, leaning across the table with open hand and his face black with rage.
He was told that such was the name on two tickets out of three given up out of that train at Maze Hill.
We'll be impatient until you return with the tickets," said Christie graciously.
We buy tickets of her Mas'r, and she gives us bread for 'em.
Lydia talked incessantly of lottery tickets, of the fish she had lost and the fish she had won; and Mr.
Otherwise, we should have gladly profited by your kind offer of tickets for the ball.
Hans said that she advertised one at Leipzig, and the Burschen took many tickets.
Monday next will meet you Southampton aboard Uhlan with tickets am writing.
Tupman rang the bell, purchased the tickets, and ordered chamber candlesticks.