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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
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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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For practices, online scheduling not only meets a patient need, but can simultaneously reduce workload for staff and increase revenue.
It claimed that embedding 360 Scheduling's real-time scheduling and optimisation capabilities allows its customers to reduce operating costs, maximise return on investment and improve the quality of service delivery.
"And the ability to attach deposition notices to the scheduling form provides a further reduction in the amount of time spent scheduling," he continued.
While these cross-functional practices had worked well for the staff in the Azalea one-room setting, the College partnership presented challenges in defining work roles for scheduling purposes in a much larger, multiroom facility.
Yet these new organizations still retain the traditional system that requires the patient to take the initiative in scheduling a visit to the referred physician.
With proper scheduling. For example, if Bill was asked to schedule a simple job like hanging a picture next week, he very likely could.
CTP is a more accurate, "real-world" scheduling model, since it allows you to quote deliveries based on not just length of manufacturing times but also machine and tool availability within the existing production schedule.
"Implementation of a classroom scheduling software is not to be taken lightly," says Malik Rahman, Associate Vice President for Technology at CPCC.
The book includes chapters on the business case for electronic records retention; a cost-benefit analysis for retaining versus scheduling and purging electronic records; desktop environments; e-mail retention; web environments; digital preservation/ long-term data retention; legacy data; legislation and court cases; and case studies.
Most maintenance departments profess to understanding the need for planning and scheduling and condition-based maintenance (CBM).

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