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Definition of central booking

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Other terms relating to 'police station':

Definitions include: to the police station.
Definitions include: police station.

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Other terms relating to 'book':

Definitions include: to leave quickly.
Definitions include: to move very fast.
Definitions include: knowledge gained from reading and studying.
Definitions include: strictly following procedure.
Definitions include: to end.
Definitions include: manipulated accounting records.
Definitions include: to change accounting records to hide fraud or other crimes.
Definitions include: to not follow the script.
Definitions include: to prepare for school.
Definitions include: something extremely notable.
Definitions include: a paper notebook passed between peers at a school, in which they write mean things about ("slam") classmates and others.
Definitions include: to prosecute to the full extent of the law.

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