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schedules

noun as in plan for one's time

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Schedules work out and we just have them come out to Portland.

They thrive on packed schedules, they say, and take pleasure in working around the clock.

In the recent film Obvious Child, the protagonist schedules her abortion without wavering for a second.

During medical school, I often felt fatigued, and needed more energy to get through the brutal call schedules and studying.

Because as life gets more hectic and schedules get crazier, these are the people who seem to have it all together.

"Hand these around that delegation, Soldier," he said, shoving a stack of Schedules 1219B across his desk toward the girl.

Brief as Morris's explanation was, it was clear enough for anybody who knew the road and the schedules.

The schedules still continue to record the progress of organization as experience called for new changes.

One or two general remarks about schedules are necessary before the subject can be closed.

For the first time in the experience of the United States this tariff incorporated the principle of minimum and maximum schedules.

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On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to schedules, such as: agenda, roster, list, chart, record, and program.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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