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Ten Catholic schools in Montgomery County have followed a “hybrid” schedule that blends online and in-person learning in the fall, and seven offered fuller in-person learning.

What’s more, the company reached that goal two years ahead of schedule.

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Not just for the Big Ten, among the conferences using Elmer’s to hold together its schedule.

If Cincinnati finishes unbeaten against a very tough schedule, it should absolutely be the fourth team.

Under Whye’s leadership, the company reached this goal two years ahead of schedule.

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Cosby is still scheduling performances for early 2015, and not all of his December performances have been cancelled.

Needless to say, scheduling major events on the Jewish High Holidays does nothing to assuage those concerns.

The U.S. is scheduling up to 100 attack, surveillance, and humanitarian airdrop missions a day over Iraq.

Organized travel demands the scheduling of every waking hour.

According to multiple reports, this scheduling shakeup had been a long time in the making.

(c) Scheduling a report on disaster mitigation issues from the Office of Emergency Services, on the commission agenda as required.

Again it is chiefly that we are scheduling more and more flights.

With his two girls, the young production manager does all the work of scheduling.

As the days passed the rigid scheduling of exploratory activities, always practiced by a trade mission, began to break down.

Death was the official arbiter of shift-changing, schedule-swapping and cross-scheduling.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scheduling, such as: appoint, organize, set up, slate, set, and arrange.

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