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Things schedule often describes (“schedule ________”)
time, making, maker, performance, no., drawing, induced, control, performances, delivery, makers, construction, system, controlled, condition, activities, basis, meetings, based, form, united, data, design, conditions, drugs, deliveries, tariff, appointments, dependency, rating, building, above, service, etoposide, completion, changes, policy, controller, generic, production, procedure, delay, positions, maintenance, meeting, situation, traffic, components, minutes, plan, date, items, rates, lll, two, orders, interview, resolution, juggling, conflicts, tasks, interviews, fulfilment, list, idea, research, sequencing, periods, inquiry, induction, operations, component, reinforcement, projects, sheet, combinations, one, debts, flexibility, conduit, conferences, operation, trains

How schedule often is described (“________ schedule”)
regular, daily, busy, tight, full, weekly, second, optimal, original, interval, typical, heavy, day, flexible, rigid, normal, hectic, detailed, current, hour, third, strict, entire, time, complete, definite, planned, intermittent, fixed, usual, variable, separate, rigorous, week, overall, predetermined, monthly, standard, continuous, structured, year, feasible, tentative, marginal, appropriate, initial, routine, above, multiple, partial, fourth, grueling, minimum, reasonable, annual, realistic, accelerated, academic, aggregate, crowded, progressive, prearranged, irregular, exact, month, precise, uniform

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