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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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It was a common thinking among officials of the department that ticketless travelling was not possible in the trains without connivance of the Pakistan Railways staff.
Benchmarks have been agreed between the franchisee and the SoS in support of a reduction in ticketless travel.
While there were a small number of ticketless fans there that fateful day, my closer reading of the Taylor report leads me to believe that the incident could have occurred regardless of their presence.
5 per cent - about 3,000 ticketless journeys costing the industry pounds 4,500 each day - but it has not decreased further in the following 12 months.
But this is probably the smallest ground England have ever played a full international in and we hope as many ticketless fans as possible heed our advice and don't make a wasted journey.
However, we know we cannot rest until ticketless travel is wiped out completely.
According to the PR police sources here on Thursday, an amount of Rs 426,000 had been charged from ticketless passengers in the form of fare and fine by the special PR police teams.
He added: "There will be a strong police presence around the perimeter of the ground preventing ticketless fans from getting close to the stadium.
Mr Steel acknowledged that the Taylor Report, published to investigate the disaster, had found that the number of ticketless fans was not a significant factor.
He revealed: "Nokia and Live Nation's focus is to have a ticketless system where your mobile phone is your ticket.
Trouble broke out after over 1000 ticketless fans travelled to Madrid and some of these tried to break their way through barriers to get into the stadium.
The Dutch police chief in charge of crowd control for England's opening Euro 2000 match against Portugal in Eindhoven warned ticketless fans yesterday: 'Stay away' as up to 13,000 English supporters are expected to arrive without tickets.