from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A list of items to be noted, checked, or remembered.
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- n. A list of tasks to be completed, names to be consulted, conditions to be verified and similar.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a list of items (names or tasks etc.) to be checked or consulted
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Gary McClure of LifeWay Ministries agrees, saying, This checklist is an invaluable tool to identify critical areas for improvement.
Those of you still planning to move down to Mexico, one of the things you may want to add to your checklist is a note to observe whether that charming house in the village or city is in an area conducive to noisy dogs.
They unveiled what they call a checklist for change.
He is famously stubborn and hates movie executives who are governed by what he calls the "checklist."
EFF Offers Guide to Readers 'Rights with Ebooks -- The Electronic Frontier Foundation has published what it calls a checklist of digital rights for ebooks, designed to provoke thought and discussion about what rights readers should have when purchasing electronic books.
If you think that a checklist is going to increase your chance of happiness, you're in for a long, painful life.
The surgical checklist is not going to improve the outcome of any particular surgery.
His web search checklist is in proper order: Chris Coons campaign page, Wikipedia entry, image results, recent and relevant political news, Facebook.
Been blogging for quite sometime now and I think this checklist is good to recall everytime I write a post.
This checklist is intended as a starting point in planning an accessible event, which likely requires more than ramps and wheelchair washrooms.
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