- n setting an order and time for planned events
- v plan for an activity or event
- v make a schedule; plan the time and place for events
- NBC has asked the International Olympic Committee to take the extraordinary step of scheduling the swimming finals in the morning in Beijing which, since the city is 12 hours .
- As his alter ego and chief of staff, she saw to a diverse range of the head Playboy's needs, from matters of substance and budget right down to scheduling his private jet and .
- In the 1990s Sony Television International pioneered reversioning with local productions of hits such as Married With Children and The Nanny as a way to counter a trend of scheduling .
- Steny Hoyer in International Herald Tribune
Incoming House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer added, "The speaker and I discussed scheduling and it did not include that."
- John Conyers in Detroit Free Press
We look forward to the White House complying with this ruling and to scheduling future hearings with Ms. Miers and other witnesses who have relied on such claims,Conyers said in a statement.
- Jeff Zucker in Washington Post
But Zucker, in his canned statement, said the "new approach" gives advertisers "an early look at NBC's scheduling strategy."