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 for Schedule
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Schedule \Sched"ule\, v. t.
     To form into, or place in, a schedule.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Schedule \Sched"ule\ (?; in England commonly ?; 277), n. [F.
     c['e]dule, formerly also spelt schedule, L. schedula, dim. of
     scheda, scida, a strip of papyrus bark, a leaf of paper; akin
     to (or perh. from) Gr. ? a tablet, leaf, and to L. scindere
     to cleave, Gr. ?. See Schism, and cf. Cedule.]
     A written or printed scroll or sheet of paper; a document;
     especially, a formal list or inventory; a list or catalogue
     annexed to a larger document, as to a will, a lease, a
     statute, etc.
     [1913 Webster]
     [1913 Webster]
     Syn: Catalogue; list; inventory. see List.
          [1913 Webster]

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

      n 1: a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to
           [syn: agenda, docket, schedule]
      2: an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occur
      v 1: plan for an activity or event; "I've scheduled a concert
           next week"
      2: make a schedule; plan the time and place for events; "I
         scheduled an exam for this afternoon"

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  186 Moby Thesaurus words for "schedule":
     active list, agenda, allocate, allot, appoint, approach,
     appropriate to, arrange, arrangement, assign, assign to, attack,
     batting order, bill, bill of fare, blacklist, blueprint,
     blueprinting, book, budget, calculate, calculation, calendar, card,
     carte du jour, cast, catalog, chart, charting, checklist,
     civil list, conception, concert, contrivance, contrive, cost,
     cost out, cut out, dedicate, design, destine, detail, device,
     devise, disburse, disposition, docket, earmark, enroll, enter,
     enterprise, enumerate, enumeration, envisagement, expend, fate,
     figure, figuring, file, forecast, foresight, forethought, fork out,
     frame, game, go through, graphing, ground plan, guidelines, idea,
     impanel, incur costs, index, intend, intention, inventory, invest,
     itemization, itemize, items, keep score, lay out, lay plans,
     layout, line up, lineup, list, list of agenda, listing,
     long-range plan, lot, make a projection, make arrangements,
     make assignments, mapping, mark off, mark out for, master plan,
     menu, method, methodize, methodology, open the purse,
     operations research, ordain, organization, organize, outlay,
     outline, pay, pay out, pigeonhole, plan, plan ahead, planning,
     planning function, playbill, portion off, post, prearrange,
     prearrangement, procedure, program, program of action,
     program of operation, programma, project, prospectus, protocol,
     put out, rationalization, rationalize, record, register, registry,
     repertory, reserve, restrict, restrict to, retired list, roll,
     roll call, roster, run through, schema, schematism, schematization,
     schematize, scheme, scheme of arrangement, score, set, set apart,
     set aside, set off, set up, setup, shape, shell out, sick list,
     sink money in, slate, spend, splurge, squander, strategic plan,
     strategy, system, systematization, systematize, table, tabulate,
     tactical plan, tactics, tag, tally, tally sheet, the big picture,
     the picture, throw money around, time, timetable, way, work out,
     work up, working plan

From Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856) :

  SCHEDULE, practice. When an indictment is returned, from au inferior court 
  in obedience to a writ of certiorari, the, statement of the previous 
  proceedings sent with it, is termed the schedule. 1 Saund. 309, a, n. 2. 
       2. Schedules are also frequently annexed to answers in a court of 
  equity, and to depositions and other documents, in order to show more in 
  detail the matter they contain, than could otherwise be conveniently shown. 
       3. The term is frequently used instead of inventory. 

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