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book in

To register oneself for something, as at a hotel or some activity. Same meaning as "check in." Our plane arrives at 9 AM, but we can't book in to our hotel until noon. Remember, we have to book in at the festival or we won't be allowed in.
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References in classic literature ?
You're wrong, my lad,' said I; and, taking up my coat, I deposited the book in one of its pockets, and then put it on (i.
Leaving him thus haranguing the people, more to their amusement than edification, I returned to the house, and, having made some alteration in my toilet, hastened away to Wildfell Hall, with the book in my pocket; for it was destined for the shelves of Mrs.
Perhaps more than any other book in recent memory, Color effectively demonstrates why African ,Americans recoil in horror when "Republican" is preceded by the adjective "black.
Ulin credits the Beat movement, and this book in which the Beat movement found its mass appeal, with the genesis of contemporary American counterculture.
Although it won't be published until She summer, "Less is More" has already garnered a Book-of-the-Month Club nod and Lewis is negotiating the serial rights to the book in publications throughout the world.