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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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Abuse of a Schedule V drug results in a more limited mental or physical dependence than a Schedule IV substance would produce.
The medication is in pregnancy category C and is classified as a Schedule IV controlled substance (Turkoski, Lance, & Bonfiglio, 2006).
5) A Schedule IV narcotic presents a lower potential for abuse and dependence than some other controlled substances.
On one such occasion, her gave her a tablet of Klonopin, an antianxiety agent and Schedule IV, prescription-only, controlled substance.
It covered only Schedule II and III drugs; Xanax (alprazolam) is on Schedule IV.
During the meeting the IGP stressed on surveillance of person on Schedule IV list through monthly attendance in the Police Stations, maintenance of their history sheets / personal files, monitoring of their activities, ascertaining their means of subsistence etc.
The minimum sum cover for which each workman is to be insured is specified in Schedule IV to the 1923 Workmen Compensation Act as adopted by the provinces.
surveys on parameters like hygiene being followed by food business operators as per Schedule IV of the FSS ( Licensing and Registration) Regulation, 2011.
Biopharmaceutical company Arena Pharmaceuticals Inc (NasdaqGS:ARNA) declared on Tuesday that the Office of the Federal Register filed for public inspection the US Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) final rule placing BELVIQ into Schedule IV of the Controlled Substances Act effective 30 days after tomorrow's expected publication in the Federal Register.
Schedule IV - ANA - No expenses were anticipated during this six month period
Since 1978, two citizen petitions have asked the agency to either ban the drug or reschedule it from Schedule IV to Schedule II.