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  • v. To book in advance.


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pre- +‎ book


  • We have the routine down now - we prebook and preorder pizzas and then one group gets there at 6pm to reserve seats and the other goes past Broadway Pizza and arrives with hot pizza.


  • To determine customer need, sanofi pasteur established a waiting list of customers who were unable to prebook and will contact those providers to offer the alternative of accepting later delivery.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Immunization providers who were unable to prebook their vaccine with sanofi pasteur will likely be able to look to other manufacturers to meet their vaccine needs.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Some switched to the phone lines and succeeded in their efforts to prebook vaccine; others still could not make those connections.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • WILLIAM GIBBONS, DIR, PASSENGER SHIPPING ASSN: You don't have to worry about exchange rate, because you can prebook your cruise in North America, in dollars, pay for you excursions in dollars, as well.

    CNN Transcript May 3, 2008

  • Get onto the national parks people and find out if you need to prebook camping space.

    Surviving Australia

  • After booking a cruise, prebook the shore tours that most match your interests.

    The Seattle Times

  • By the way, if anyone didn't prebook a bad checkin online, TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • You got to work the business with what is in front of you from a prebook perspective so - we are just not ready to get too far ahead with revenue and I think as the year progresses, what we all believe and hope for is that as things improve, obviously, the landscape in our market improves too.

    Retail Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • And can you remind us one the prebook for fall where that window closes and where you are in that process?

    Retail Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha


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