schedules

[ skej-ool, -ool, -oo-uhl; British shed-yool, shej-ool ]SEE DEFINITION OF schedules

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It is even said that he made her give from that time seven or eight other schedules.

There was always something to spoil the carefully planned daily schedules.

The cold-storage people are boostin' their schedules every day.

The records of the labors of peace again fill the schedules.

The two schedules are, however, subject to two qualifications.

Some attorneys charge $5 less, and some $10 more, according to their schedules.

Whether any changes will be made in these schedules for the season of 1898 remains to be seen.

They make only the schedules, and the whiskers make the trouble.

Inquire at any concentration point about rates and schedules.

She made him lie down while she attended to schedules, tickets, berths.