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Admission fee

Definition of the noun admission fee

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noun

  1. the fee charged for admission

Specialised definition of the noun admission fee

Glossary of sports

enterence fee (2008. Dictionary of Leisure, Travel and Tourism. Third edition. A&C Black Publishers Ltd)

Explanation

Admission fee: Any charge or surcharge for entering location.

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Google previewDickens's Dictionary of London, 1885 (1885)

Seventh Year : an Unconventional Handbook by Charles Dickens

The admission fee is £6 2s. 6d., including the University matriculation fee of £5 ; and the Caution money is £1$. SCHOLARSHIPS, EXHIBITIONS, ETC. There are at present twenty-nine open Foundation Scholarships ; three of £8o a year, nine ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the University of Cambridge (1885)

by Charles Dickens

The admission fee is £6 2:. 611., including the University matriculation fee of £5 ; and the Caution money is £15. SCHOLARSHIPS, EXHIBITIONS, ETC. There are at present twenty-nine open Foundation Scholarships; three of £80 a year, nine ...

Google previewAppleton's Dictionary of New York and Vicinity (1904)

An admission fee of $200 ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Taxation & Tax Policy (2005)

by Joseph J. Cordes, Robert D. Ebel, Jane Gravelle

Admission fees Four states charge an admissions fee to casino patrons, five have no fee, and two (Iowa and Louisiana) permit a local option. The four states with an admission fee are Illinois ($3 for casinos with less than 1 million admissions ...

Google previewThe World Almanac and Encyclopedia (1905)

Admission fee, $5; annual dues, $5; life membership, $60. Membership, 450. The Society publishes two journals, the Bulletin ...

Google previewDictionary of London 1897-1898 (nineteenth Years) (1897)

by Charles Dickens

Persons elected Fellows pay an admission fee of £5.5s., and an annual contribution of £2 2s., or one sum of £26 5s., which payment includes the admission fee, and exempts from all further contributions. Fellows are entitled to vote at general ...

Google previewDictionary of London (1879)

An Unconventional Handbook by Charles Dickens

for admission to the Society must be proposed by 3 Fellows of the society, and elected by ballot- Persons elected Fellows pay an admission fee of £5 5s., and an annual contribution of £2 2s., or one sum of £26 5s., which payment includes the ...

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