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agenda

a list of items of business scheduled for discussion at a meeting.
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Instead, Setting the Agenda, reads almost as a history of agenda-setting theory.
Highlights of the conference, called "Public Education in Your State: Setting the Agenda and Staying the Course, a Symposium by Governors for Governors," included speeches by: U.
Setting the Agenda for Ethics covers topics such as whether accountants' ethical standards should be based on a system of rules or on principles supported by guidance, and whether company auditors can ever be truly independent when they are appointed by directors on the advice of management.
Setting the agenda is important," says Strauss in an interview.
Yet again Harry has been setting the agenda, this time with his startling revelations on the Wembley fiasco.
We need help setting the agenda for the next century.