• Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Smart-ticket a certificate granted to one entitled to smart-money
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. smeortan; Dut. smarten, Ger. schmerzen.


In literature:

Darting across the road, he dived, rabbit-like, into the burrow of the Tube, got his ticket smartly, and ran to the stairway.
"The Sins of Séverac Bablon" by Sax Rohmer

In news:

But whether a Romney-Portman ticket would double -down on the stiff, rich, aloof image Romney that is already battling — or the smart, clean, competent message he's trying to project — remains uncertain.
It's widely acknowledged that Barack Obama chose Joe Biden as his running mate to balance out the ticket in his areas of weakness — national security, for example, or appeal to the female, blue collar, or smart-aleck voting blocks.
Stars Marcus Smart and Le'Bryan Nash passed out fliers in the student union Wednesday, and coach Travis Ford was there Monday and Tuesday encouraging students to buy tickets.
With the exception of the smart, funny "Juno," which cost $6 million to make and has probably sold more tickets than all its Best Picture competitors combined, general audiences weren't buying Oscar 's choices for the year's best this year.
BAY STREET — New technologies come with a learning curve and Santa Monica's "smart" parking meter s are no different, but that's a hard pill to swallow when you're on the wrong end of a $53 parking ticket.
If that is the case, it would probably be smart to pay the tickets so you can proceed with your job search.
Facilitates smart card autoload processing and ticket on departure.
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