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ticket

1. Chiefly US and NZ the group of candidates nominated by one party in an election; slate
2. Chiefly US the declared policy of a political party at an election

What does it mean when you dream about a ticket?

Having a ticket gives us a right to enter everything from a theater to an airplane. So tickets in a dream could represent a sense of entitlement. A dream could also be drawing on the meaning of a ticket idiom, such as a “meal ticket,” a “big ticket” item, or a “one-way ticket.”

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Remember that ARC sets the rules for writing tickets.
And before long he is back on his bike writing tickets.
Michael Collins, 52, said he developed post traumatic stress disorder after years of writing tickets for irate drivers.
Atkin, who once covered for his employees during their lunch hours by writing tickets and pumping gas into planes, now runs a 4,400-employee company with 116 aircraft in its fleet.
In writing tickets, the Sands Shark has the ability to download information on previous violations that speed the process.
The staff did not use it, and they fell back on writing tickets on paper.
That won't surprise anyone who travels up and down Interstate 5, because police are out in force writing tickets.
A Texas Department of Transportation study that surveyed 41 states found that police ticketing was the most effective way to stop speeders but was only effective for the time that police were writing tickets.
This isn't about writing tickets, it's about saving lives,'' Newhall CHP Capt.
They told the nation's officers--all of them--that they were under arrest, but they must continue answering calls, making arrests and writing tickets.