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Diarize

A slang term meaning to record, especially the findings of a study or the minutes of a meeting.
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Diarise the opening sale time and log on quick to get the best deals.
Students are also asked to diarise reflections on their own learning, what resources they find to be useful, how their understanding of the concepts has changed and what skills and knowledge they need to continue to develop.
Ensure reliable follow-up: diarise dates, use phones (cell phone) and local community contacts.
To enhance the rigour of the research process, an analytical log was used to document the research process critically and to diarise the reflexive strategies used to identify and limit any partiality by the researcher.
"The editor of Barlows '86 was there to diarise some of the events during those few days."
You could get access to an airport lounge However, this card has a PS140 annual fee after the first year, so diarise to cancel before then if you want to avoid it.
The researcher also asked parents to diarise their children's daily activities for one week.
I tell people who are short on time to diarise their spontaneity because that's the only way you're going to pull it off.
One tip, which may be obvious, but which is often missed, is to not only read the terms and conditions carefully, but also to diarise when special rates end.
The most important thing for tenants when taking a lease where rent is to be subject to review during the first five years of the term is to ensure that they diarise their rent review dates and the fifth anniversary of the term.