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- adj. Able to be booked or reserved.
- adj. Warranting a booking (a yellow card).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. subject to being reserved or booked.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. subject to being reserved or booked
The good news is, these rooms are bookable at the same rates as the existing rooms.
It was a second bookable offence but whether there was intent or indeed whether he touched him much is open to debate.
The Championship side were reduced to 10 men when the midfielder Stephen Pearson was shown red for his second bookable offence after Matthew Tubbs's 73rd‑minute strike proved to be decisive.
Should the 21-year-old accept the FA charge he will automatically serve a four-match suspension having already been dismissed once this season, for two bookable offences in the Premier League draw at Liverpool in November.
When Gareth Barry was sent off in the 73rd minute after a second bookable offence, for fouling Liverpool's Daniel Agger, the side reacted almost at once.
But Chelsea rallied and, having got back into the game through Meireles's close-range volley, they took full advantage of City being reduced to 10 men through Gaël Clichy's 58th-minute sending-off, for two bookable offences.
Nigel Adkins's Saints were 2-0 up inside 17 minutes but Lee Frecklington was sent off for a second bookable offence 10 minutes before the break.
Luciano Becchio and Max Gradel had cancelled out Jason Shackell's early opener but Matthew Hill equalised for Barnsley early in the second half and Leeds had Bradley Johnson sent off on 52 minutes for a second bookable offence.
Atkinson's failure to send off Chelsea's David Luiz for a glaring second bookable offence and the dismissal of Arsenal's Robin van Persie for going through with a shot after the whistle had blown for offside were too grievous to dismiss with platitudes.
The late goal from Youssouf Mulumbu, which brought West Bromwich an unlikely win after Paul Scharner had been sent off just past the hour for a second bookable offence, afforded Hodgson the luxury of being able to look ahead to next season with three games still to go.