- n. Plural form of reservation.
“The widget is based on pledges of participation, which we call reservations, powered by micropayments that ensure reliability.”
“They do, and I would never say otherwise, although with the provision that there are certain reservations that are not allowed under international law.”
“How many African-Americans, Latinos, etc. are living in reservations???”
“If he can work out a few kinks in his new restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner, Michel Richard says he might open Michel as early as Friday for hotel guests and start accepting reservations from the general public beginnning October 26.”
“Most Native Americans are quite aware of the extreme poverty and destitution that can be found in reservations all over this country.”
“I said, I know you can't tell me officially whether this flight will cancel, but, do you advise that I call reservations right now to try to figure something else out.”
“Bonus Add-On: CustomizeGoogle - I have certain reservations about using this applet but not enough to stop me.”
“I guess 20,000 pre-sales reservations is kinda 'limited ...”
“They weren't getting the reservations from the public — that's the old story around here because people keep flying Delta," he said.”
“When I called the reservations number in early January, they offered me a room for $258.”
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