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Synonyms for calendar

an organized list, as of procedures, activities, or events

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a system of timekeeping that defines the beginning and length and divisions of the year

a list or register of events (appointments or social events or court cases etc)

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a tabular array of the days (usually for one year)

enter into a calendar

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Both are House committees and both, believe it or not, make calendars.
When sharing their calendars with other individuals, calendar creators can set viewing, editing, and sharing privileges.
And officials plan to transition the remaining schools to traditional calendars as their enrollment drops.
I've also wondered why calendars break up weekend days.
Noteworthy celebrities with 2004 calendars include action superstar Vin Diesel (Streethassle, $11.
Administrators at Horace Mann and Grant requested that they be allowed to keep their current calendars, as per their pilot status, an exception the board granted.
Botfa notes that the calendars sell for $7, which is less than the hefty $15 per calendar production costs.
It's much better to sneak up on this mystery through life's incarnational experiences--like the family calendar.
The calendar was a priestly invention, a way of coordinating human and natural cycles, but in modem cultures it's mainly a tool for keeping track of the workaday routine.
A review of fifteen studies conducted between 1986 and 1996 shows only a very small positive increase in test scores when compared to scores from schools with traditional calendars.
But after 1,600 years, calendars lagged 10 days behind Earth's revolution around the sun.
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Power Users Can Import, Share, Subscribe to Other Zoho and Third-Party Calendars
Integrating Jewish High Holy Days and other religious observances into school calendars was a hot political issue last fall when candidates were vying for seats on local school boards.
When you see a calendar in someone's office, it's a reflection of something they love or something that engages them--a hobby or an interest," says Robin Haywood, director of calendars and book publishing at Ronnie Sellers Productions, which just published the first calendar of artist Faith Ringgold.