- 01. The plane is about an hour behind [schedule] due to poor weather.02. Final exams have now been [scheduled] for the last week of June.03. The plane had to make an [unscheduled] stop in Santa Fe when a passenger had a heart attack.04. I organized the [schedule] for my classes so that I finish every day by noon.05. Do you have a bus [schedule] handy?06. According to my [schedule], I have some free time next Tuesday.07. We have [scheduled] you for a dental check-up on Wednesday, September 14th.08. Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger once joked, "Next week there can't be any crisis. My [schedule] is already full."09. The world's largest garbage dump is located in New York, and is [scheduled] to reach capacity and close by the year 2002.10. Seating on the world's first [scheduled] commuter airplane flight consisted of moveable wicker chairs.11. After years of armed conflict, elections are [scheduled] for May 2002 in Sierra Leone.12. The first [scheduled] jet airliner passenger service started in May of 1952, with a flight carrying 36 people from London to Johannesburg.13. The shortest [scheduled] air route in the world is between two small islands in the North of Scotland. The total flight time is 1.5 minutes!14. I won't be able to make it to tomorrow's meeting. Can we [reschedule]?15. The doctor has [rescheduled] your surgery to Friday. He says your condition is much more serious than they originally thought.16. The airliner had to make an [unscheduled] stop in Gander when a drunk passenger became unruly.17. Every time I'm supposed to meet with Harry, he [reschedules] the meeting at the last minute. I think he's trying to avoid me.18. My wife's and my work [schedules] are totally different, so we don't get much time together.19. I have a [scheduling] conflict with tomorrow's meeting, so I'll probably be a little late.20. Heather couldn't go to her dentist appointment because she had a soccer game, so she tried [rescheduling], but couldn't get anything for a week.
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schedule — sched·ule / ske jülesp Brit she dyül/ n 1 a: a list or statement of supplementary details appended to another document b: a formal list, table, catalog, or inventory 2: a plan that indicates the time and sequence of each element schedule vt … Law dictionary
Schedule A — the provision under which the Inland Revenue taxes the annual profits or gains arising in respect of rents or similar payments arising from ownership of land or an interest therein in the UK. Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001.… … Law dictionary
Schedule D — the provision under which the Inland Revenue taxes annual profits or gains that fall under one or other of six cases. Case 1 deals with profits from a trade or an adventure in the nature of a trade; Case II deals with profits from a profession or … Law dictionary
Schedule+ — Schedule+, ein Terminplaner, der früher Bestandteil des Office Pakets von Microsoft war. Das Programm war auf die Terminplanung von Arbeitsgruppen ausgerichtet. Jeder Benutzer konnte dabei nicht nur die Termine der anderen Gruppenmitglieder… … Universal-Lexikon
schedule — ► NOUN 1) a plan for carrying out a process or procedure, giving lists of intended events and times. 2) a timetable. 3) chiefly Law an appendix to a formal document or statute, especially as a list, table, or inventory. ► VERB 1) arrange or plan… … English terms dictionary
schedule — [ske′jool, ske′jooəl; ] Brit & often Cdn [ shej′ool, shed′yool] n. [altered (infl. by LL) < ME sedule < OFr cedule < LL schedula, dim. of L scheda, a strip of papyrus < Gr schidē, splinter of wood, split piece < schizein, to split … English World dictionary
Schedule — Sched ule (?; in England commonly ?; 277), n. [F. c[ e]dule, formerly also spelt schedule, L. schedula, dim. of scheda, scida, a strip of papyrus bark, a leaf of paper; akin to (or perh. from) Gr. ? a tablet, leaf, and to L. scindere to cleave,… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Schedule — Sched ule, v. t. To form into, or place in, a schedule. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Schedule E — the provision under which the Inland Revenue taxes emoluments from office or employment; tax is levied on a current year basis and is usually collected via the PAY E system. Schedule E has three cases according to the location of the employment:… … Law dictionary
schedule — [n] plan for one’s time agenda, appointments, calendar, catalog, chart, diagram, docket, inventory, itinerary, lineup*, list, order of business, program, record, registry, roll, roster, sked*, table, timetable; concepts 271,283,660 Ant.… … New thesaurus
Schedule B — the provision under which the Inland Revenue taxed income from woodlands in the UK. It was abolished as from 6 April 1988. Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001 … Law dictionary