check in

  1. announce one's arrival, e.g. at hotels or airports
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How To Use check in In A Sentence

  • I would show up unannounced, watch Jaime teach calculus, chat with Principal Henry Gradillas, check in with other Advanced Placement classes and in the early afternoon call my editor in Washington to say I was chasing down the latest medfly outbreak story, or whatever seemed believable at the time. Unlike many, Escalante believed in teaching, not sorting
  • When you check in for a flight, make sure the agent tags all your suitcases before sending them down the conveyer belt.
  • Daniel - yeah, now suffering post-wedgy issues - let's just say get them to do a full harness check instead of a "quicky" becuase you an in a chair. oh that sounded rude too Wheelchair indoor rock climbing? Beth pays to get a wedgy.
  • Likewise, check into homeowners' insurance, auto insurance and an umbrella personal liability policy.
  • I'll put the check in the mail tomorrow.
  • NET I want to Check in about 30-50 directories for a sub directory called Inserts, if this directory exists I want to check the. txt files for a certain string say SALEITEM. ASP Message Board
  • I usually flip back and forth between television stations to check in on who is winning what with the interest of someone who knows they will hear any pertinent information from friends and internet buzz for days following but whose real interest is to see the flustered tech award winners flush and stumble through gratitude they practiced while figuring out how to attach a cumberbund from a rental tuxedo. Oscars Schmoscars. It's All About The Whiskey And The Twitter.
  • So why do people leave human decency at the door when they check in online? The Sun
  • Passengers are requested to check in two hours before the flight.
  • On behalf of the International Federation of Professional & Technical Engineers IFPTE, AFL-CIO, I would like to present your students with the enclosed check in the amount of $1,000 to help support their trip to White Sands, New Mexico to see their "magnets" experiment launch and to participate fully in associated pre- and postlaunch activities. NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: April 2007 Archives
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