Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of checkout.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It doesn’t matter where you are in Australia: the “use your own bag” option on Woolworths’ self-service checkouts is a bug-ridden disaster area.

    Hand Luggage Only: The Small Lessons Learned | Lifehacker Australia

  • People push in when you're waiting in line at the checkouts, which is quite frankly unacceptable - especially when it's 60-year-old women doing the pushing.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • We have been given nineteen rooms to clean, most of them "checkouts," as opposed to "stay-offers," and requiring the whole enchilada of bed stripping, vacuuming, and bathroom scrubbing.

    Nickel and Dimed

  • Richardson, who is in his first season in the PDC, enjoyed two 145 checkouts on his way to a victory that sets up a clash with Kim Huybrechts of Belgium in the last 32.

    James Richardson beats Raymond van Barneveld at world championships

  • At issue are law enforcement powers to set roving wiretaps to monitor multiple communication devices and to ask a special federal court for access to "any tangible thing"– from business records to library checkouts – that could be relevant to a terrorist threat.

    Congress Extends Patriot Act Measures For 90 Days

  • The AquaBrowser implementation will include faceted navigation, word cloud discovery, relevancy ranking, an integrated Authority File, real-time availability information for items, and integration with the ILS for patron services such as placing holds, making requests, viewing checkouts, and renewing items.

    AquaBrowser chosen by Harvard University Library

  • I'm not sure that publishers * should* open up the library licensing for multiple checkouts, though -- unless they were to charge similarly to the way that publishers charge libraries for subscriptions to periodicals, depending on patronage size.

    Good luck with that

  • Then, just when I thought I was safe, done scuttling through thousands and thousands of square feet of merchandise, even beyond the checkouts ... there lay the Swedish Market and Bistro.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • It's all about "riding" with your "boo" (getting in the car to go to Sainsbury's), "all up in the store" (stopping off in Superdrug) and "grinding up on him" (but wait 'til you're past the checkouts, Bey).

    This week's new singles

  • The set is brilliant: the checkouts look just right, and the aisles are well laid out.

    Another view on Trollied

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