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French notebook, carnet from Old French quernet pocket notebook from quaer quire quire1
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From French carnet (“notebook”), from Middle French quernet (“group of four sheets”)
You must make declarations on all relevant vouchers before presenting the carnet to us at the office of departure.
They will then return the carnet to the holder. top ^ 5.2 What are the procedures at the office of exit?
A local Chamber of Commerce can provide advice on specific regulations of using a carnet abroad.
There is often a charge for issuing a carnet.
First Class carnet £ 180.00 Express Class Carnet £ 126.00 A Carnet ticket is 10 single journey tickets valid for 1 year.
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