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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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Whether it was more cops writing tickets or a lack of rain on local streets, there were zero traffic fatalities reported last month in the San Fernando Valley - a sharp contrast with February 2001, when a record 11 people were killed.
Federal officers began writing tickets in earnest last year after several years of warning hikers, boaters and others that they need to buy a Northwest Forest Pass and display it in their cars when parking at designated sites.
Police brass in the San Fernando Valley spent part of Thursday patrolling the streets writing tickets.
Mayor Mike Dean said he has no idea how much money the city has brought in over the years from writing tickets on I-5, but state Department of Revenue records provided by Prozanski show that Coburg brings in an inordinate amount of money for traffic and other fines compared to cities of similar size.
Parks says this system is not a rating criteria for officers, but earlier says writing tickets is one of the criteria used in officers' reviews.
However, writing tickets is merely one of the criteria indicative of the performance of a police officer and is not the deciding factor by which the department rewards or punishes.
You can't beat up a cop because he's not writing tickets or not putting enough people in jail.
The policeman was standing there, literally pointing at students saying, ``You, you and you'' and started writing tickets.
They ask why we are writing tickets instead of doing more important things.
I would agree with him about the out-of-touch city government and its waste of funds, but disagree that the police are being used as collection agents because of the increased efforts in writing tickets for traffic violators.