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  • n. a person responsible for ticket issue.


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  • It is frustrating indeed but I'm glad your ticketer was a reasonable person and you didn't have to pay a cent -- for her sake!

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  • By our count, this makes Shays, who's locked in a tough re-election fight against Dem Jim Himes, the second serious GOP down-ticketer to link himself positively with the Illinois Senator.


  • But I really want to commend the Cathay counter staff, especially the ticketer named Akio, who gave us a refund for the tickets.

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  • At the heavier work, the girl at yarding, the folder, knotter, and ticketer, all worked tandem, and if the girl at yarding loses her bonus, all the girls lose the bonus.

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  • But A.E.G. decided instead to develop an alternative service with Outbox, a start-up whose executives include Fredric Rosen, a former Ticketmaster chief executive who is credited with building that company into the leading ticketer in the 1980s and 1990s.

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  • Live Nation Entertainment, which was created last year by the merger of Ticketmaster and the concert promoter Live Nation, is by far the largest ticketer and concert promoter in the world, and also has a large stable of artist management clients, including the Eagles, Christina Aguilera and Van Halen.

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  • British oil and gas firm Fairfield Energy, airline ticketer Travelport and fashion chain Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • A parking meter ticketer would probably be a good one for you. stories: News

  • Online ticketer Fandango said Wednesday that "Watchmen" purchases represented 90\% of its advance ticket sales for this weekend.


  • As what is known as a "secondary ticketer," StubHub. com specializes in helping its customers to get good deals on sporting events, concerts, and live theater.



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