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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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More flooding has hit the Conwy Valley line, putting repairs north of Llanrwst a week behind schedule.
At one stage it was six weeks behind schedule but the people in Banagher Concrete did absolutely fantastic work in terms of getting 250 people working on it - they used their complete workforce to do all the pre-cast works.
When the space shuttle Atlantis finally blasted off last week, a full week behind schedule, NASA estimated the delay had cost the agency a whopping $2.
31, 1998, to begin accepting shipments of spent fuel for final disposal, whether or not a permanent geological repository, already behind schedule, is completed and able to accept radioactive waste by then
Additionally, the carrier is employing The Dawg(TM) business activity monitoring tool to trigger an alert for any delivery that is behind schedule so that the company can take immediate corrective action.
used EZ Source to put a legacy documentation project that was hopelessly behind schedule and over budget back on track.
Along with a middle school in South Gate, the two Valley schools were considered the furthest behind schedule.
19, 2004 Fitch press release), progress to date has been behind schedule.
A late start on construction pushed the project months behind schedule although fund raising has surpassed $90 million, ensuring that the landmark facility will reopen with extra programming and exhibits.
A computer program critical to reforming the Los Angeles Police Department has run into new delays, putting it far behind schedule and jeopardizing the city's chances of getting a federal consent decree lifted by the 2006 deadline, officials said Monday.
The schedule was given an easy-to-read format, providing status information to the variety of stakeholders involved and importantly, visibly flagging components that were falling behind schedule.