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  • v. To remove from a schedule.


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un- +‎ schedule


  • The train ride went really well with only one unschedule stop...when one of the other cars caught on fire.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Many of these systems can even help with scheduled and unschedule maintenance. News

  • The survey found that Personal Illness accounts for only 34 percent of unschedule ­d absences, while 66 percent of absences are due to other reasons, including Family Issues (22 percent), Personal Needs (18 percent), Entitlemen ­t Mentality (13 percent) and Stress (13 percent).

    The Full Feed from

  • An inquiry later showed that IGI Airport had a runway exclusively for takeoffs at that time. ‘‘An aircraft was taking off every two minutes but as many as four unschedule VVIP charters and military aircraft also took off after 7am.

    The Times of India

  • Liss: You can either unschedule it, or I can post it immediately after your post and you can look like a huge asshole.


  • The circular also takes note of a common problem that causes delays †"unschedule VVIP or military aircraft.

    The Times of India


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