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  • v. To announce or record one's arrival at a hotel, airport etc.
  • v. To contact another person in order to keep the other person informed of one's situation.
  • v. To return (a book to a library, source code to a repository, etc.).


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  • The last leg of the fly-around brought us to La Crosse, Wisconsin, from where I was going to fly to Milwaukee and then on to Vermont to check in on the grand quixotic adventure that was the McMullen campaign.

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  • The day Mike received his bonus check in December, he cashed it, resigned, and formed a new firm with Eskew and Grunwald.

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  • Pattie ... do you think you could use your communicator to check in with Tarak?


  • Parents will be encouraged to append details of this progress check in the "red book" that records their child's vaccinations, creating a combined health and education passport.

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  • Paychecks at the dental office were handed out every Friday at5P.M.,and just the feel of the check in my hand gave me an adrenaline rush.

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  • Gore had directed his young speechwriter Eli Attie to check in with me about the remarks announcing his presidential candidacy.

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