Pass - Admission

Admission

  • Ticket for admission
  • Backstage pass, allows admission to backstage areas of a performance venue
  • Press pass, grants special privilege or access to journalists
  • Season Pass, allowing seasonal admission to an amusement park

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Centre For Theoretical Studies - Academics
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Petra Christian University - Admission of New Students
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Divino Amore Academy - Organizational Plan - Working Committee
... Admission Committee Composition The Principal, Registrar, Faculty Representatives ... To deliberate on their admission or non-admission ...
Adventureland (New York) - Admission
... Admission is free ... Tickets cost $1.00 and rides take 3-5 tickets ...

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