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Hi,

I'm translating a web from Delta and one of the senteces says:

If these special instructions are used to book and ticket a North America point of sale published fare, a debit memo will result.

I can't be sure of the constructure where I underlined. Are these all making a noun?

Thank you,

M
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Hi,

Yes. It's a string of adjectival terms describing 'a fare'.

Clive
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Thank you for the reply.

Would you bread down the underlined part for me? I am still not sure how I should take this "point of sale."

Thank you,

M
Hi,

If these special instructions are used

to book and ticket to book and to issue a ticket for which you pay

a North America point of sale published fare,

a fare that is advertised at a point of sale (ie a place where they sell these tickets) in N. America

a debit memo will result.

This is a lot of airline jargon, but I think that is what it means,

Clive
Thank you for the detailed explanation. It looks great.

M
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