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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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19 release, Moviefone, which does not release ticket sales figures, had more than 5.
Los Angeles County employees, already under fire for paying up to five times the going rate for airline tickets, actually spent $1.
NORTHRIDGE - At the CSUN Student Union on Thursday, fans lined up to buy tickets for the big game.
Scapa, McLaughlin and others say that ticket outlets should likewise reserve a portion of tickets for walk-up and telephone customers, at least in the first hours of sales.
As for MovieFone, the nation's largest movie-ticket service, it announced Thursday that it had received more than 4 million inquiries in the first 24 hours of sales with 95 percent of those for ``Phantom Menace'' tickets.
Demand didn't outstrip supply, however, at mutliplexes like the Winnetka 20 in Chatsworth, where seats for the movie's opening day remained available even after the hundreds of fans waiting in line when ticket windows opened had been served.
While many ticket brokers have vigorously challenged the academy lawsuits in court, some have filed lawsuits of their own.