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1(seat) que se puede reservartickets are bookable in advance — venta anticipada de localidades
- The surgery has just put a new system in place in which some of the appointments are bookable in advance and some are kept in reserve and booked up on the day in question.
- Based on the feedback from public consolation processes the working group decided to put in place a household pick-up service which is bookable in advance and which has all-ability access.
- The bookable service gives people better access to public transport to enable them to travel into the centre of town.
- All seats bookable online have a clear view of the stage.
- Classes cost from £8 a session, bookable in groups of eight weeks, while studio sessions are upwards of £20 an hour
- Tickets for the event are from £17 and bookable by telephoning the Opera House box office.
- Tickets cost £10, bookable by ringing the box office and leaving contact details including a phone number.
- There are bookable floating lunches and candlelit cruises, blissfully free from the deluxe nouveau riche naffness that often dogs this type of enterprise.
- A fully bookable tourism proposition is what they crave.
- A spokesperson said: ‘When a stand is bookable, the same rate applies for children as adults.’
- We are now providing silent study areas on floors four and five in addition to study the floor two group study area, where two bookable group study rooms are now available.
- The advice is to come early because seats are not bookable.
- Discussions are still taking place as to whether the new meeting room will be a bookable room or a lounge exclusively for campus clubs.
- The bus is funded by the parish and seats are bookable from any members of the PTAA council.
- Self-driving is no problem (although signs in towns can be confusing), but the privately run first-class video coaches are bookable, swift and comfortable.
- The bookable taxi-bus service will complement public transport services in the area, and will offer an alternative to the car to people living in the nearby rural areas.
2Sport(offense) que se sanciona con tarjeta amarilla
- It was a bookable offence, but not remotely serious enough to warrant such punishment.
- The Dunfermline player was sent off for a second bookable offence, a spot kick was awarded, and Miller blasted it home.
- He was red-carded for two bookable offences on his City debut against Aldershot at the start of the season.
- Wibsey struggled in the second period and were reduced to nine players when Daryl Leach was dismissed for a second bookable offence.
- After 12 minutes he was red-carded for a second bookable offence.
- He was sent off for two bookable offences and was the player to blame for the penalty which put Preston in front.
- To make matters worse for Latics, the midfielder was sent off following a second bookable offence.
- After another fine effort from him was saved in 79 minutes, he was red carded for clattering into the striker - his second bookable offence.
- Tonight he was booked for an innocuous enough challenge, then sent off as a second bookable offence for clapping sarcastically.
- Crumlin then lost a player also, for a second bookable offence as Downpatrick went into the break 2-0 ahead.
- Even the sending off of their left sided player for a second bookable offence made no difference to the pattern of the game.
- The visitors suffered a heavy blow in the 67th minute when Jacob Lekgetho was red carded after his second bookable offence.
- That feeling became even stronger when the home side's centre forward was dismissed for a second bookable offence with 15 minutes to go.
- The Thackley keeper was dismissed in the first half for a second bookable offence with his side winning 1-0.
- It was a matter of time before someone walked for a second bookable offence.
- I didn't see it as a bookable offence but you can't appeal against it and he must serve a one-match suspension.
- If you see the sendings-off - like my one - they are nearly all for two bookable offences.
- The 33-year-old was sent off for serious foul play during Saturday's 0-0 draw with Darlington at Bootham Crescent, and not for a second bookable offence.
- Ten minutes from full-time their captain was sent-off for his second bookable foul of the game.
- And before it got better, it got worse for Birmingham, when the midfielder was sent off for his second bookable foul.