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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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The IRS continues to consider changes to Schedule M-3 requirements for other taxpayers.
For example, if a physician's office calls to schedule a woman for a mammogram, the system may also prompt the scheduler to also book an ultrasound--a recommended test if the woman is under 30.
The combined GSS and VNP solution is also available as part of Forgent's VideoWorks, the industry's first turnkey videoconference automation solution to include all hardware and software needed to schedule, automatically launch and manage videoconferencing.
So, the actual reason to schedule production is to ensure that the foundry can meet customer delivery requirements, and to meet them a minimum of 95% of the time.
A central issues in both cases is the DEA's definition of the "no accepted medical use" clause that relegates a drug to Schedule 1 status.
As a result, they will carry to Schedule C, Part 1.
VSS gives users the ability to schedule quickly, print weekly and 28-day staff schedules, print individual 1- to 42-day schedules and monthly calendars, improve scheduling accuracy, view shift coverage, and avoid schedule conflicts.
The solution was designed to allow customers, instead of waiting on hold, to choose to schedule a time for the company to call them back, which helps reduce cost and the frustration associated with holding and having to call again later.
However, there still remained many different telephone numbers to schedule appointments in diagnostic departments and the processes were still manual and cumbersome.
K-1 input was simplified and dispositions carry forward to schedule D.
In particular, the new process will optimally eliminate the need to file Form 8886 for book-tax differences over $10 million as mostly redundant, and similarly anticipate that the additional time required to prepare the new Schedule M-3 will reduce the time required to produce information relative to Schedule M-1 during the subsequent audit.
VSS gives users the ability to schedule shifts in seconds, track time-off requests, make changes to the schedule quickly, print weekly and 28-day staff schedules, print individual 1- to 42-day schedules and monthly calendars, improve scheduling accuracy, view shift coverage, and avoid schedule conflicts.