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Like all human institutions, speech is too variable and too elusive to be quite safely ticketed.
LANGUAGEEDWARD SAPIR
Most of us are in the habit of putting up our knowledge in little packages, duly ticketed.
These men naturally do not want to be exploited or ticketed by publicity.
AFTER PRISON - WHAT?MAUD BALLINGTON BOOTH
On a midnight visit the sanitary officer found six adults in a room ticketed for three and a half—a bad case.
No outsider was admitted into the charmed circle unless he came duly ticketed and accredited.
Here a pair of trousers in glaring brown and yellow stripes is ticketed with the alluring word, "Lovely."
The dressing-stations are mere offices for their redirection, where they are carefully ticketed, but where little else is done.
A SURGEON IN BELGIUMHENRY SESSIONS SOUTTAR
I have seen capital-looking boots in shop windows ticketed eight shillings per pair, and gloves 1s.
RIDING FOR LADIESMRS. POWER O'DONOGHUE
I have seen windows full of them in London, and even at expensive Eastbourne and Bournemouth, ticketed 1s.
RIDING FOR LADIESMRS. POWER O'DONOGHUE
Last spring, some ore from the Penstruthal mine was ticketed at Truro, at the enormous price of 54l.

WORDS RELATED TO TICKETED

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