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ticket

Vox populi A chit or voucher that permits access to a particular activity; a price tag. See High ticket.
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By writing tickets faster, the City of Norfolk stands a better chance of collecting the revenue that is due.
The negative, however, is that police are writing tickets to many local working travelers who are driving the customary 5 mph over the limit.
Click It or Ticket is not just about writing tickets.
People, leave now," he said, "or we are going to start writing tickets.
Kaczmarczyk, a retired school administrator, checking parking meters and writing tickets for vehicles parked at expired meters.
Now that things are calmer - though some local roads won't be reopened for weeks - they've been told to start writing tickets, said CHP Officer Wendy Hahn.
In North America, more public safety departments are turning to electronic citation applications because they reduce the time officers spend writing tickets and increase time spent on patrol," said Tom Sheahen, vice president, channel distribution sales for Zebra Technologies.
Bond said he went into the post office, came back out and saw that the parking officer was writing tickets for other vehicles at expired meters.
Then why must we have badly needed patrol cars or motorcycle officers sitting motionless on the side of the road writing tickets for a ``crime'' like failure to buckle up?
For the officer giving the citation it means time out of the patrol car examining licenses, writing tickets and being exposed to often times-dangerous traffic.