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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of schedule.
- adj. Planned; according to schedule.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. planned or scheduled for some certain time or times
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Virtua Tennis 2009 lobbed into June speculated about just such a delay, noting that retailers had the title scheduled for June 2.
However, we also find that the oil companies themselves are in fact shutting down refineries for what they call scheduled maintenance.
René Préval was elected president for the second time, in a term scheduled to end late this year.
Surprisingly, we saw an increase, a nice double digit increase in new orders and new activity around what we call our scheduled service.
The other title scheduled to launch this fall is "Gisele Bundchen's GiGi & the Green Team" where Bundchen is a supermodel by day and superhero protector of the environment by night.
With the new term scheduled to begin soon at most schools, boards of education in all parts of the country have been urging school authorities to thoroughly implement such preventive measures as hand washing and gargling.
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has this title scheduled for a direct-to-DVD debut on December
Lifehacker probably announced the changes a big early, since they're still in scheduled downtime.
I also have to build in scheduled naps to help my body heal and regenerate energy.
I work independently too but my main scheduled work is agency work til 6am.
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