1. A plan for performing work or achieving an objective, specifying the order and allotted time for each part.
2. A printed or written list of items in tabular form.
3. A student's program of classes.
4. A supplemental statement of details appended to a document.
5. A federally regulated list of controlled substances, ranked in classes by potential for abuse.
6. A program of events or appointments expected in a given time.
7. One of the ranks or classes in such a list.
8. A list of times of departures and arrivals; a timetable.
9. A written or printed scroll or sheet of paper; a document; especially, a formal list or inventory; a list or catalogue annexed to a larger document, as to a will, a lease, a statute, etc.
10. an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occur
11. a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to
12. Synonyms Register, Inventory, etc. See list.
13. A paper stating details, usually in a tabular form or list, and often as an appendix or explanatory addition to another document, as a complete list of all the objects contained in a certain house, belonging to a certain person, or the like, intended to accompany a bill of sale, a deed of gift, or other legal paper or proceeding; any list, catalogue, or table: as, chemicals are in schedule A of the tariff law.
14. To plan an activity at a specific date or time in the future.
15. To create a time-schedule.
16. plan for an activity or event
17. make a schedule; plan the time and place for events
18. To plan or appoint for a certain time or date.
19. To enter on a schedule.
20. To list or rank (a controlled substance) in a schedule.
21. To make up a schedule for.
22. To form into, or place in, a schedule.
1. The married father of three says he finds time in his busy schedule to play village cricket.
2. We were ahead of schedule last year.
3. The schedules are the way they are and we have to get on with them.
4. We are two months ahead of schedule.
5. You should ask people who make the schedule.
6. The report blamed work schedules for the time they spend apart.
7. The work was completed two years behind schedule.
8. The first is simply one of scheduling.
9. Aides insisted that he would leave his schedule unchanged.
10. They liked having the option of paying for a faster journey when on a tight schedule.
11. Those figures seem to suggest the scheme was coming in on budget but behind schedule.
12. Talks between the two were thought to be scheduled to take place yesterday.
13. Political prisoners were released and a schedule for democratic elections organised.
14. We met up most days when my hectic schedule allowed.
15. You can set a schedule specifying a time for the boiler to come on.
16. The proper way to use objectives is the way an airline uses schedules and flight plans.
17. They have a good opportunity to show me they are ahead of the planned schedule.
18. Take some time out of your busy schedule to work out what you really want from life.
19. Often a planned schedule and to-do list are thrown out the window by lunch time.
20. Therefore, one only used the term schedule when visiting these areas in only the loosest possible context.
21. Shoot, the way my schedule is these days, I am happy to fish a few times a month!
22. The remainder of their schedule is against pretty good competition, but if they make it through unscathed, the Terps will need more than the cold weather to slow down the Seminoles.
23. Disruptions will probably be limited to pre-emptions in the first prime-time hour, but some later reshuffling of the schedule is also possible.
24. Given the schedule is appears to Ares 1x is to fly this summer with Mr Cooke being the Manager that forced the procurement through the system with Doc NONaerospace at the helm of ESMD.
25. If he and del Toro really are fans of the actor, he's certainly someone they could look to for the role now that his schedule is a bit more free.
26. A trip to Central De Autobuses to get a schedule is a diversion, but perhaps necessary.
27. ‘The Supporters' Trust is to draw up a fund-raising schedule with several events planned for the close season.’
28. ‘As the Games developed, so did a set of procedures such as standardised schedule of events and the practice of the Olympic Truce.’
29. ‘The engineer finally had to start over with an entirely new concept very late in the process, delaying the schedule for the whole project.’
30. ‘Project schedules, plans and budgets are important, but without quality ideas, great design is impossible.’
31. ‘A schedule of events marking the program's 10th anniversary can be found online.’
32. ‘She admitted there were some difficulties with the number of trainers available to carry out training schedules.’
33. ‘Japanese development schedules show that the process takes a maximum of 12 months and is typically much shorter.’
34. ‘The investment commitments of the concessionaires should be bound to a particular schedule for carrying out their contract, the auditors said.’
35. ‘The Festival will be wrapped up on Monday but not before a fun-filled schedule of events are enjoyed by the townsfolk.’
36. ‘Last season there were 35 events on the schedule and Palmer feels that such a number is far too much.’
37. ‘They had monitored the locations for the first three events on the schedule and the guest speaker had in fact appeared exactly when he was supposed to.’
38. ‘After this, further treatment schedules can be planned.’
39. ‘Control is about monitoring, comparing results, revising the schedule, and the plan, taking corrective action, and deferred gratification.’
40. ‘They came up with a schedule, plan and fiscal philosophy that secured $50,000 in funding from the Council.’
41. ‘His demanding training schedules have improved his performances but have also come under criticism.’
42. ‘The demand for meat in the US forces the slaughterhouses to maintain rigorous production schedules.’
43. ‘Most of the nationalised and private banks today offer flexible repayment schedules for purchase of pre-owned cars.’
44. ‘Companies get ordering and inventory data at the click of a mouse, so they can rapidly adjust production schedules.’
45. ‘First, we planned our production schedule in great detail, with aggressive but realistic goals.’
46. ‘The competition schedule includes 28 Olympic sports that will be held at 37 venues.’
47. ‘It fits easily around one's schedule, and allows the least stealthy among us to enjoy the chase.’
48. ‘They also provide Express Lunch, a 45-minute three-course set lunch menu which is specially designed to suit guests with a busy schedule.’
49. ‘He arrived over the Christmas break after a unique situation freed him up from his usually busy schedule.’
50. ‘Even though summer vacations are the only free time that a student gets in an otherwise busy schedule, it must be utilised to the maximum extent.’
51. ‘Amidst this busy schedule, she says that she gets enough time with her family.’
52. ‘Despite his rather busy schedule, the flute maestro is in his own words at peace with himself.’
53. ‘He congratulated her on her appointment as Minister for Agriculture and thanked her for taking time out of her very busy schedule to come to talk to the meeting.’
54. ‘Jarrett kept up this busy schedule until he was forced to enter the hospital.’
55. ‘Johnny raised his eyebrows and shrugged, ‘I suppose I could fit you into my extremely busy schedule.’’
56. ‘We continued to see each other at first every weekend, then it became every other weekend, then it became every 2 weeks depending on his busy work schedule!’
57. ‘As I am a bachelor living in a condo with a fairly busy schedule, I vacuumed much more often with this thing than with a traditional upright.’
58. ‘I sighed knowing the hectic schedule I'd just gotten myself into.’
59. ‘Make time to talk with your child to counteract a hectic, busy family schedule.’
60. ‘We are separated by the geographical distance between us, as well as our very busy, hectic schedules.’
61. ‘Yesterday, Delaney was trying to rearrange his schedule in order to come.’
62. ‘Family schedules do not allow for uniform activities.’
63. ‘Also, when our schedules allow we like to tour as much as possible.’
64. ‘He might come home for a birthday or stop by when his schedule allowed it.’
65. ‘Maybe you'll let me take you to lunch, if your schedule permits.’
66. ‘This is a sampling of her weekly schedule: Monday: swimming at 5 a.m., school, singing classes in the afternoon.’
67. ‘While we observed religiously the timetable of the television schedules, she operated by New York time.’
68. ‘The bus company has committed itself to always adhere to the schedule and the timetable.’
69. ‘For that matter even the train and airline schedules are now just a click away.’
70. ‘The BA source said the cumulative delays could play havoc with the airline's schedules.’
71. ‘The airline's schedules were not affected by the stoppage.’
72. ‘Airlines are curtailing flight schedules and laying off staff while the planes are travelling at about half capacity.’
73. ‘I have a good friend who knows just about everything having to do with airlines and flight schedules.’
74. ‘Officials urged passengers to check with airlines on flight schedules and available service, and allow ample time to deal with new security procedures.’
75. ‘The 1930s had seen a rapid development in radio navigational techniques, spurred by the need for airlines to maintain schedules despite changeable weather.’
76. ‘This year, however, students across the southeast will return the same day as divisions move toward coordinated calendars and busing schedules.’
77. ‘Yesterday Continental Airlines cut flight schedules by a fifth and gave 12,000 staff a leave of absence.’
78. ‘Go to the MTA Web site for maps and information on fares and schedules.’
79. ‘We had a successful broadcast in Carlow during Easter week 2005 and are presently planning our broadcasting schedule for the coming year.’
80. ‘What a shame there won't be room for it in this years' packed TV schedules.’
81. ‘Woods says she checked online flight schedules and flight times between some of the cities.’
82. ‘Thai Airways International Plc will rearrange its flight schedules on some European routes during the low season.’
83. ‘Hoteliers, however, have seen some cancellations and flight schedules have been disrupted.’
84. ‘At current rates of expansion, a huge proportion of British television schedules will be taken up with such drivel.’
85. ‘Imported series have been a major part of British television schedules for nearly half a century.’
86. ‘While the network is years away from establishing a primetime schedule complete with its own brand of original programming, PAX is making inroads.’
87. ‘The owner of such design rights is the person identified in the 2nd column in the table of the said schedule.’
88. ‘They would not, because there are statutory limits under the schedule to that Act.’
89. ‘As the asset schedule makes clear, the financial resources are substantial and liquid.’
90. ‘Clause 26 of the contract between those parties was deemed time to be of the essence, and by Item L of the schedule, encumbrances were listed as nil.’
91. ‘The documents we have just been looking at are schedules to the partnership agreement, as, indeed, is the application form, which your Honours will find at 843.’
92. ‘The next annual Northern Economist Businesswomen Conference is scheduled for 12 and 13 August in Ongwediva.’
93. ‘The eagerly awaited National Culchie Festival is scheduled for Lisselton at the end of October.’
94. ‘The fair opens at 10 am with the classic cars arriving at around 11.45 am and the Teddy Bear's Picnic is scheduled for 2pm.’
95. ‘This year's Dartford Festival is scheduled for July 16 and 17.’
96. ‘Elections for the National Assembly were scheduled for April 2003, but later postponed until June and then October.’
97. ‘George says the event has been tentatively scheduled for Friday Februrary 6 and will be committee's final fundraising effort.’
98. ‘As the Dec.1 World AIDS Day is approaching, a series of events have been scheduled for this month and next month.’
99. ‘The event was scheduled for last weekend but with only 20 ticket bookings the committee had no other option than cancelling.’
100. ‘All other events scheduled for tomorrow will go ahead as planned.’
101. ‘The following advanced learning and motivational events are scheduled for 2003.’
102. ‘A large planning event is scheduled for the fall at Notre Dame, where the board hopes to hear reactions to the proposal.’
103. ‘The first briefing is scheduled for Tuesday morning and, of course, CNN plans live coverage.’
104. ‘A press conference was scheduled for October 18 in Bangkok to officially announce the event on national broadcasts.’
105. ‘The Float Parade is scheduled to commence at 1 p.m. and the race will take place immediately after the parade at 3 p.m.’
106. ‘Those meetings are tentatively scheduled for the end of June 2004 and include meetings in the San Francisco Bay Area.’
107. ‘The next council meeting is scheduled for Jan. 13.’
108. ‘Two years ago, the school scheduled home games at Everett Memorial Stadium.’
109. ‘We had scheduled Nicole's hair appointment for the following Saturday.’
110. ‘He moved stiffly to the phone and scheduled a new photo appointment.’
111. ‘The mood in the trade has been downbeat in the recent past, which is why producers and distributors are nervous about scheduling the release dates of their films.’
112. ‘Originally Miramax scheduled the film for release in late 2001, but after September 11 it was shelved indefinitely.’
113. ‘Now, the comedy flick is scheduled to be released in February of 2006.’
114. ‘Half of the 30 companies in the blue-chip Dow Jones industrial average are scheduled to release results.’
115. ‘Chertoff's Senate confirmation hearing is scheduled to begin Wednesday.’
116. ‘AU is scheduled to release its first-half profits on July 22.’
117. ‘Virtually all the tax cuts passed in the President's first term are scheduled to terminate on specific dates clustered around 2010.’
118. ‘An autopsy is scheduled to determine how the Salisbury girl died.’
119. ‘The government and the legislators are also scheduled to approve the selection of the senior deputy governor for the Central Bank.’
120. ‘A commission was scheduled to be appointed within 10 days of the end of the strike to investigate possible unwarranted dismissals since March 1.’
121. ‘The book is scheduled to be released in 2003 and Dunphy is anxious that none of the material becomes public knowledge before then.’
122. ‘The government is scheduled on Monday to determine the action necessary to end the prolonged conflict in Aceh.’
123. ‘The system was originally scheduled to be launched on May 1.’
124. ‘About 30 people were scheduled to fly out of Geraldton this morning and about 80 tonight.’
125. ‘He believed it was plot to tarnish the Jamaat's name because he was scheduled to appear on a radio talk show yesterday.’
126. ‘The issue is scheduled to go before voters in February or March but nobody is betting too much on it going ahead.’
127. ‘The extradition hearing is now scheduled to begin in London in January.’
128. ‘The delegation is also scheduled to visit several U.S. military bases.’
129. ‘He frowned, struggling to remember the time that they were scheduled to arrive.’
130. ‘Group of Seven finance ministers are scheduled to meet in Washington on that Friday.’
131. ‘Arrive at the airport least two hours before your plane is scheduled to depart.’
132. I will schedul a concert next week
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