clear channel

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clear channel

[¦klir ′chan·əl]
(communications)
A standard broadcast channel in which the dominant station or stations render service over wide areas; stations are cleared of objectionable interference within their primary service areas and over all or a substantial portion of their secondary service areas.
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28, WAGS-AM 1380 signed off the air for its broadcast day, as it is required to as a daytimer.
Taste & Liquor and Shaanti have come up with a new Brunch'in daytimer and it's going be a regular monthly social.
No matter how stout the tackle you employ, pencil in 60 to 90 minutes on your Daytimer if you get hooked--and stay hooked--to one.
They said the best way to understand this non-issue was to look at the calendar you have hanging on your wall or the daytimer on your desk, with your dentist's appointment listed and the birthdays of your kids circled in red.
Was she going through his daytimer or changing the radio station?
Utilize your calendar or daytimer to keep track of your deductible travel expenses.
Dayrunner and Daytimer sell a program that anyone can use to create an appointment calendar.
It can be a calendar, notebook, daytimer, white board, bulletin board, recording device or any digital device (like a BlackBerry) that helps you organize daily activities, stores information such as phone numbers, and provides prompts and reminders.
Alessi's Daytimer is simpler - etched from polyurethane, making it water resistant down to about 30m, and with its angular lines looks more than a little retro-futurist.
Time Management: I use Microsoft Outlook to track my schedule and the Daytimer system to manage priorities and record actions.
Soon his Daytimer is chock-full of appointments and to-do items, which, when completed, he dutifully slashes with green highlighter.
Tack your list of goals to your calendar, your daytimer or someplace you'll see the list frequently.