[ UK /ɐdʒˈɛndɐ/ ]
[ US /əˈdʒɛndə/ ]
[ US /əˈdʒɛndə/ ]
- a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to
- a list of matters to be taken up (as at a meeting)
How To Use agenda In A Sentence
- The problem of religion secularization rose to an agenda as the growing of human self - awareness.
- My evidence for my own freethinking is that I don't buy into either the whole liberal agenda or the whole "con" agenda either. Tom McIntyre Explains His Picks for our 2009 Hunting and Fishing Heroes and Villians Face-Off
- Have you got a copy of the agenda for tomorrow's meeting?
- Maybe there could be a new school of (telically oriented) ˜pattern recognition 'instead of ID, since the ID Movement is obviously not what TT's is interested in, given it's theologically relevant agenda. Creationism and Propaganda
- Possibly in a bid to allay fears that nationalism and protectionism were driving the agenda--though it's hard to wonder how they couldn't in a country whose motto translates as "we wish to remain what we are"--a Luxembourg minister said on Tuesday that the takeover law, which it plans to enact in May, was in no way aimed at creating impediments to Mittal's play for Arcelor. Luxembourg Minister: We're Not Trying To Stop Mittal
- Donnelly's PNAC report -- a blueprint followed faithfully by the Bush Administration -- openly yearned for a "new Pearl Harbor" that would "catalyze" the American people into adopting PNAC's global militarist agenda wholesale. Undefined
- It is expected that the consistory will influence the agenda for next October's synod of bishops in Rome.
- Those who fight in the support of Taliban have their own agenda like any other fighters but the media lable them as "islamic Terrorst". CNN Poll: Americans mostly agree with Obama on Afghanistan
- His actions have spoiled the accommodationist agenda, and marred the image of the revolution.
- She tenderly cares for her bedridden mother (euthanasia not being next on her agenda).