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schedule

noun agenda, calendar, check list, docket, enumeration, index, inventory, libellus, list, outline, plan, program, roll, tabula, timetable
Associated concepts: payment schedule, schedule of assets
See also: agenda, arrange, book, calendar, contract, docket, empanel, impanel, invoice, plan, policy, program, register, roll, scheme, set down

schedule

a small scroll; an appendage; most commonly encountered as a part of an Act of Parliament. Modern legislation often has numerous schedules that include details that would detract from the overall sense of the provision (an example being the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976) or that lists other enactments affected by the Act to which the schedule is attached. The schedule is as authoritative as the text of the Act itself

SCHEDULE, practice. When an indictment is returned, from au inferior court in obedience to a writ of certiorari, the, statement of the previous proceedings sent with it, is termed the schedule. 1 Saund. 309, a, n. 2.
     2. Schedules are also frequently annexed to answers in a court of equity, and to depositions and other documents, in order to show more in detail the matter they contain, than could otherwise be conveniently shown.
     3. The term is frequently used instead of inventory.

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Schedule M-3 is replacing Schedule M-1 because of the ever-increasing expansion of the book-tax income gap, a decline in the corporate tax base, an increasing compliance burden on an already overwhelmed IRS and general dissatisfaction with Schedule M-1.
In addition, the number of officers calling in sick has been reduced from 89,473 to 78,722 since the flexible work schedule took effect.
Stakeholder groups working with the IRS to provide the Schedule M-3 FAQ service include:
The draft 2004 Schedule M-3 instructions discuss Schedule L, "Balance Sheet per Books," as follows:
GSA Schedules are contract instruments utilized by technology/services providers and government agencies to facilitate procurement of goods and services from private-sector companies without the need for competitive bidding.
It reads: "The concept of backlog presupposes a throughput-driven schedule where jobs are placed into production to maximize an outdated notion of manufacturing efficiency rather than to ensure the modern business imperative of customer satisfaction through on-time delivery and short lead times.
By April, I am back to my pre-audit schedule with my monthly release dates and can look forward to several free months before thinking about next year's audit.
Bill's work schedule was modified through a collaborative process between the client and project staff.
Consequently, the chief impaneled a committee of four to begin developing a new work schedule.
Sixth: As the design evolves, a detailed integrated pre-construction Master CPM schedule is developed for the construction of the project.
SMART Schedule assists organizations who service and maintain physical assets, such as equipment, plant floor, facilities and fleets, to schedule the best person to perform the most critical work on time.