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Another word for calendar

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Noun
  1. An organized list, as of procedures, activities, or events

      1. An objective or set of objectives, esp. one that is not pursued openly
      2. A program of things to be done or considered:
      1. Any list or summary of things to be done; agenda
      2. A ticket or label fixed to something, showing its contents or directions to its use.
      3. A label listing the contents of a package, directions, etc.
      1. An array or sequential display of persons or photographs of persons presented to a complainant or potential witness for the purpose of identifying a suspect in a crime.
      2. (--- Sports) A list of the players, often including their numbers and positions, who participate in a game; esp., in baseball, a list of the players in the exact order in which they will bat
      3. A schedule of television programs
      1. The business to be considered or done by a legislature or other body on a particular day.
      1. A logical sequence of coded instructions specifying the operations to be performed by a computer in solving a problem or in processing data
      2. A plan or system of academic and related or ancillary activities:
      3. The presentation itself:
      1. A list, catalog, or inventory of details, often as an explanatory supplement to a will, bill of sale, deed, tax form, etc.
      2. A timed plan for a project or procedure
      3. A student's program of classes.
      1. A structured schedule of events with the times at which they occur, especially times of arrivals and departures
      2. A schedule listing the times at which certain events, such as arrivals and departures at a transportation station, are expected to take place.
    See also:

    planned

Another word for calendar

Noun
      1. A structured schedule of events with the times at which they occur, especially times of arrivals and departures
      2. A schedule listing the times at which certain events, such as arrivals and departures at a transportation station, are expected to take place.
      1. One of the ranks or classes in such a list.
      2. A list, catalog, or inventory of details, often as an explanatory supplement to a will, bill of sale, deed, tax form, etc.
      3. A program of events or appointments expected in a given time:
      1. A notebook for entering upcoming social or business appointments, birthdays and anniversaries, etc.
      2. A notebook or calendar for listing appointments, events, and other work-related or social information.
      3. A book in which appointments are kept
      1. A book for keeping such a record
      2. A usually daily written record of personal experiences and observations; a journal.
      3. A daily record of events or measurable phenomena, usually kept to track patterns over time:
      1. A list or table of dates in their proper sequence
      2. The arrangement of events, dates, etc. in the order of occurrence
      3. The arrangement of events in time.
      1. A record, as of the performance of a machine or the progress of an undertaking:
      2. A book in which a log is kept, specif. a log of a ship's voyage or an aircraft's flight; logbook
      3. A record of a pilot's flying time, experience, etc.
      1. A book in which a log, or record, is kept, specif. a log of a ship's voyage or an aircraft's flight; log
      1. A location, as a site for a meeting, an opportunity, setting, etc. thought of as being like a table on which issues may be placed for discussion or consideration
      2. A piece of furniture consisting of a flat, horizontal top usually set on legs
      3. An article of furniture supported by one or more vertical legs and having a flat horizontal surface:
      1. A book in which this is kept
      2. A record or list of names, events, items, etc., often kept by an official appointed to do so
      3. A person who keeps such a record, esp. one legally appointed; registrar
      1. A yearly calendar of days, weeks, and months, with astronomical data, weather forecasts, etc.
      2. An annual publication including calendars with weather forecasts, astronomical information, tide tables, and other related tabular information.
      3. A usually annual reference book composed of various lists, tables, and often brief articles relating to a particular field or many general fields.
      1. Program of things to be done; specif., a list of things to be dealt with at a meeting
      2. An objective or set of objectives, esp. one that is not pursued openly
      1. (Law) A short entry of the proceedings of a court; the register containing them; the office containing the register.
      2. A ticket or label fixed to something, showing its contents or directions to its use.
      3. Any list or summary of things to be done; agenda
      1. A course of academic study; a curriculum.
      2. A set of coded instructions that enables a machine, especially a computer, to perform a desired sequence of operations.
      3. An ordered list of events to take place or procedures to be followed; a schedule:
      1. A descriptive account or record; a history:
      2. A periodical journal in which the records and reports of a learned field are compiled.
      3. A written account of events year by year in chronological order
      1. Alternative spelling of Menologium.
      2. (Eastern Orthodox Ch.) A listing of saints, often with brief biographies and typically arranged in calendar order
      1. A book of original entry, used in the double-entry system, for recording all transactions, in the order in which they occur, with an indication of the special accounts to which they belong
      2. Any newspaper or periodical, as one dealing with scientific or professional matters
      3. A collection of one's thoughts or observations, written over time as on a particular topic or as a creative exercise
      1. A diary or journal
      2. A book in which daily transactions are recorded.
      3. (Bookkeeping) A book for recording in order each day's transactions
      1. Indefinite, unlimited duration in which things are considered as happening in the past, present, or future; every moment there has ever been or ever will be
      2. A precise instant, second, minute, hour, day, week, month, or year, determined by clock or calendar; specif., the present instant, determined by clock
      3. Periods or a period designated for a given activity:
      1. A graphical representation of a chronological sequence of events (past or future); a chronology
      2. A chart, table, etc. of historical dates and events in chronological order, typically including summaries and illustrations
      3. A representation or exhibit of key events within a particular historical period, often consisting of illustrative visual material accompanied by written commentary, arranged chronologically.
      1. A chart or mechanical device that indicates the day of the week corresponding to any given date over a period of many years.
      1. The calendar which was used in the western world before the present-day Gregorian calendar. The Julian calendar differed in having all multiple-of-4 years as leap years.
      2. The solar calendar introduced by Julius Caesar in Rome in 46 bc , having a year of 12 months and 365 days and a leap year of 366 days every fourth year. It was eventually replaced by the Gregorian calendar.
      3. (Proper) The calendar introduced by Julius Caesar in 46 b.c., in which the ordinary year had 365 days: the months were the same as in the Gregorian, or New Style, calendar now used
      1. The lunisolar calendar used to mark the events of the Jewish year, dating the creation of the world at 3761 bc .
      1. (Eccles.) An annual calendar that gives directions for each day's Mass and Office
      2. An annual calendar containing instructions for the Mass and office to be celebrated on each day of the year.
      1. The traditional Chinese lunisolar calendar, based on 24 seasonal segments each about 15 days long that determine the timing of intercalary months. Each year is associated with a particular animal in a 12-year cycle.
      1. The lunisolar calendar governing Hindu religious life and almost all Indian festivals and dating in its classic form from the fourth century ad . The solar year is divided into 12 lunar months in accordance with the successive entrances of the sun into the signs of the zodiac, the months varying in length from 29 to 32 days.
      1. (Proper) The official calendar (1793-1805) of the first French republic