Examples of booking in a Sentence
She has several concert bookings this fall.
The comedian missed some bookings because of illness.
All booking is done by the band's manager.
Recent Examples of booking from the Web
Gallatin County Attorney Marty Lambert asked Justice Court Judge Rick West to reject the Republican congressman’s request that he be exempted from the usual booking process for criminal defendants.
But this particular issue some say, only deals with the booking aspect of the platform.
When not walking, Barney runs a booking agency, The-NOSE.com, of caricature and silhouette artists and face painters for social and corporate events.
The coolest thing a brand can do right now isn’t tapping of-the-moment supermodels to front campaigns, but booking models with a bit more experience.
Maersk had already started to take online bookings again on Friday, and had resumed container deliveries at its major ports, but client-facing operations only returned to normal on Monday.
Gillon said the first bookings have included a wedding proposal and a celebratory dinner for six men who enjoy group dinners over Scotch whiskey (Ponsaty’s has 125 varieties of Scotch).
More: How to get to (and from) Forecastle Festival 2017 Ben Breit, who works in public relations for Airbnb, said the music festival weekend July 14-16 is definitely causing a surge in bookings.
As of Wednesday afternoon, only two of the 21 southbound trips were still accepting bookings.
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First Known Use of booking
BOOKING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of booking for English Language Learners
: an arrangement for a person or group (such as a singer or band) to perform at a particular place
: an arrangement to have something (such as a room) held for your use at a later time
soccer : the act of officially recording the name of a player who has broken the rules in a game
Legal Definition of booking
: a procedure at a jail or police station following an arrest in which information about the arrest (as the time, the name of the arrested person, and the crime for which the arrest was made) is entered in the police register
Additional Notes on booking
The arrested person is usually photographed and fingerprinted at the time of the booking.
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