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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of timetable.


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  • Despite all the near promises, well over 100 timetabled services have been affected.

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  • The prime minister, who stuck to his timetabled speech on public services, still has not grasped that this is no moment for business as usual.

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  • L-13 Light Industrial Workshop, EC1/Chateau Joffe, Unit 3, 7C Plough Yard, EC2, Sun to 28 AugSkye SherwinRichard Forster is an artist who works through meticulously timetabled systems, yet the impact of his drawings is almost wistful.

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  • His second-in-command, Master Merlow, however, assured her, when she asked, that they had had no more than regular clients, and that her father had not even been scheduled to escort the parties they had timetabled that week.

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  • At Oakdale, each year group is timetabled to have the consoles for an hour and a half each day, a minimum of three times a week.

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  • Gradually, teachers set up award schemes regionally, which students worked towards as part of a timetabled curriculum, and Asdan evolved naturally from there, drawing all the strands into a national body.

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  • * Areas timetabled for a "deep scrub" left undone because cleaners couldn't get round all their duties in time.

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  • They spend years like months in their cells in the timetabled practice rooms, seeking mastery.

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  • Aware of the mishaps and problems they'd had on the first journey, Long Way Down had been timetabled and planned to such an extent that a lot of the fun spontaneity of the earlier mission was lost, and the strict timetable meant that Ewan and Charley had to skip interesting areas they were passing in order to hit certain locations at certain times.

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  • The film had been timetabled on Channel 3 as having one more hour to run, but already Leith had guessed what was coming next.

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