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schedule

Law a list or inventory, usually supplementary to a contract, will, etc.

Schedule

A table or list included on working drawings giving the number, size, and placement of items such as doors and windows.

schedule

[′skej·əl]
(statistics)
A group or list of questions used by an interviewer to obtain information directly from a subject.

schedule

1. A detailed tabulation of components, items, or parts to be furnished, as a door schedule.
2.See steel pipe.
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There are 1,000 vacant seats which cannot be advertised unless the hospital is put on schedule III because only then will the hospital become government property and the process of recruitments can be started,' he explained.
Optometrists can prescribe Schedule III drugs for a duration of 72 hours, but they are not allowed to prescribe any Schedule II drugs.
Schedule III and IV substances can be prescribed in writing or orally (including phone-in), and can be refilled a maximum of five times within six months of the initial dispensing.
The bill also makes Tramadol (Ultram) a schedule III controlled substance.
It provides that a prescription supplying Schedule III, IV, and V drugs may not exceed a supply of 6 months and may not allow for more than 5 refills.
Therefore, the Committee did not recommend any change in the present scheduling of the substance in Schedule III of the 1971 Convention.
Steroids are officially classified as Schedule III drugs by the FDA.
Suboxone is controlled as a Schedule III narcotic, "produces dependence of the opioid type," and "can produce .
A new law classifies androstenedione as a schedule III controlled substance.
To recap, the bill gives the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) the authority to add androstenedione ("andro"), tetrahydrogestrinone (THG) and other steroid precursors to the list of anabolic steroids that are classified as Schedule III controlled substances.
Citing studies linking Viagra use to higher rates of sexually transmitted diseases, city director of STD prevention and control Jeffrey Klausner in August petitioned the Food and Drug Administration to reclassify Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra as Schedule III controlled substances, making them on a par with steroids.