timetable

[ tahym-tey-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF timetable
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A timetable is worked out by the group, not imposed upon it.

This, in small apologetic type like a footnote on a timetable.

Munich,” he murmurs, tracing its course through the timetable, “depart 2.15.

In a rash moment I ventured to concentrate my whole attention on the timetable.

She was within nine hours—so the timetable said—of St. Louis!

Dave asked absently, as he started studying a London timetable.

Where would be that thrill if I had been as definite as a timetable?

We thank you for the information about your timetable, at least.

But I took the needle—it had black thread in it—and stuck it through the timetable.

Winthrop sauntered down to the deserted office and secured a timetable.

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