(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. playbill, prospectus, syllabus; agenda; forecast, draft, outline. See plan, conduct.
(Roget's IV) n.
1. [A list of subjects]
Syn. schedule, memoranda, printed program; see list , record 2 .
2. [A sequence of events]
Syn. happenings, schedule, agenda, order of business, calendar, plans, business, affairs, details, arrangements, catalog, curriculum, order of the day, series of events, appointments, things to do, chores, preparations, necessary acts, meetings, getting and spending*, all the thousand and one things*; see also plan 2 .
3. [An entertainment]
Syn. performance, show, presentation; see performance 2 .
4. [A sequence of coded instructions for a computer]
Syn. computer language, coded instructions, application; see computer language .
1. [To schedule]
Syn. slate, book, bill, budget, poll, register, list, draft, empanel, line up.
2. [To work out a sequence to be performed]
Syn. feed through, feed in, activate a computer, compute, reckon, figure, calculate, estimate, enter, compile, feed, edit, process, prioritize, concatenate, extend, delete, add.
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.
1. agenda schedule, order of business, card, bill, slate, lineup, plan, docket, calendar, timetable.
2. broadcast show, production, presentation, performance, telecast, drama, sitcom, musical. see television
3. procedure plan, course, scheme, way, approach.
4. computer program software, instructions. see computer
(Roget's Thesaurus II) I noun 1. An organized list, as of procedures, activities, or events: agenda, calendar, docket, lineup, order of the day (often used in plural), schedule, timetable. See PLANNED. 2. A document, such as a list or an outline, that gives, for example, the order of events in a public performance or the chief features of a stock offering: bill1, prospectus, syllabus. See PLANNED, WORDS. 3. An official or prescribed plan or course of action: line, policy, procedure. See PLANNED. II verb To enter on a schedule: schedule, slate. See REMEMBER.

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