Noun(1) a system of timekeeping that defines the beginning and length and divisions of the year(2) a list or register of events (appointments or social events or court cases etc(3) a tabular array of the days (usually for one year
Verb(1) enter into a calendar
(1) It is a non-competitive festival, aimed at the vast loyal audiences of Glasgow and beyond, and situated as far away as possible from Edinburgh in the annual calendar of Scottish events.(2) The example of an organization's monthly calendar of activities fits.(3) Accurate historical records were almost unheard of and every empire used its own calendar system which was often based on totally different criteria.(4) Peer Larson argued that Whitnall High School's honors pre-calculus class had to stick to the 180-day school calendar .(5) Another condition was that the spring break should be agreed - either to be around the moveable Easter bank holiday, or separate and at a fixed point in the calendar , but not varying around the country.(6) The social calendar in the parish is filling rapidly with two forthcoming events in quick succession.(7) On the first and 12 th day of every month in the lunar calendar , many people come here to burn incense.(8) Pope Gregory XIII ordered a new calendar (the Gregorian Calendar) to replace the old Julian Calendar.(9) The big white wall calendar behind my desk is filled with hastily scratched notes: Drinks with Stephanie.(10) And then calendar some time for yourself, not just once a year, but on a regular basis.(11) The lunar calendar and new year festivities date from ancient times.(12) One of the most prestigious events in the equestrian calendar has become the latest fixture to fall victim to the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease.(13) You would think then, that at the club level, organisers could work around those dates when planning their club championships and extra events which are not listed on the calendar .(14) it was at their discretion whether to index or calendar the records(15) Later a more accurate value of 365 1/4 days was worked out for the length of the year but the civil calendar was never changed to take this into account.(16) With this issue of American Scientist we turn a page on the millennium calendar .
1. schedule ::
2. agenda ::
3. almanac ::
4. diary ::
5. program ::
6. annual ::
7. yearbook ::
Different Formscalendar, calendared, calendaring, calendars
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