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Definition of the noun admission charge
What does admission charge mean as a name of something?
- the fee charged for admission
Specialised definition of the noun admission charge
Glossary of sports
the price to be paid before going into a place, e.g. to see an exhibition or a sports event (2008. Dictionary of Leisure, Travel and Tourism. Third edition. A&C Black Publishers Ltd)
- synonym: entry charge
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by John Devaney
The only condition was that it secure a permanent home base where an admission charge could be levied, and after protracted negotiations with Carlton Cricket Club permission was obtained to use the enclosed cricket oval on Princes Park.
Baseball, Basketball, Football, Hockey, Soccer by David Blevins
Although a popular attraction, the visitor admission charge did not cover the expenses needed to keep the facility open, especially since its memorabilia and displays were always expanding and quickly outgrowing its location. By the ...
by Lyle Spatz
There may be single admission charge for both games or a separate charge for each game. DOUBLES (2B). A double is any batted ball where the batter reaches second base safely without the benefit of any fielding errors. An umpire may also ...
Encyclopedia of Community (2003)
From the Village to the Virtual World by DAVID LEVINSON, KAREN CHRISTENSEN
There is an admission charge to enter the Grounds, and nearly 150,000 visitors come from around the world each year. The property encompasses a collection of 1,200 Victorian cottages, contemporary homes, condominiums, hotels, shops, ...
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