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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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n Diarise the matter for reg-ular review and stick to agreed timescales, n Never lose sight of com-mercial realities.
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.
I liaise with our company director to put together a formal job description and diarise application deadlines and possible interview dates.
At the very minimum, when a new contract is created, it is important to diarise when the notice period starts and finishes.
Then I'll do it all properly and plan it all and diarise it.
We are looking to essentially get them up and running with the new social media tools that are available now like Facebook and Myspace and are also looking to maybe set up a blog for them, maybe some kind of diary where we can diarise how they are progressing because a lot of the technology is new here.
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.
When the narrator's father develops Alzheimer's, he begins writing his own obsessive diaries and, in turn, his son diarises everything he finds out through reading his family's notebooks.