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agenda

[ə′jen·də]
(computer science)
The sequence of control statements required to carry out the solution of a computer problem.
A collection of programs used for manipulating a matrix in the solution of a problem in linear programming.
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Although progress has been made, the agendes that still offer programs for teenage fathers are sorely in need of more staff and increased funding to enable them to deal with the growing number of young fathers coming for services and to develop more comprehensive programs for both young men and young women.
The winning of an award may be a way for advertising agendes to: (1) gain recognition for their work, (2) encourage creativity among staff, (3) increase prestige in the industry, and (4) promote themselves to potential clients (Schweitzer and Hester, 1992).
Why is it that the vast majority of visually impaired, employment-oriented people are not pounding down the doors of special agendes with requests for training in the use of these devices?