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Schedules

Official IRS forms used to report various types of income, deductions, and/or credits.
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In another two weeks it might have been disastrous to the schedule.
He hated to abandon the schedule. To do so meant changing a well-ordered advance into a forlorn hope.
'Touching this little business--don't answer if it's a delicate question, but I should like to know--I suppose you didn't try the schedule. What?
The first intimation that Wilson had that the schedule was actually to be put into practical operation was when his employer, one Monday evening, requested him to buy a medium-sized bunch of the best red roses and deliver them personally, with a note, to Miss Marguerite Parker at the stage-door of the Duke of Cornwall's Theatre.
Daylight was two days behind his schedule, and falling snow and unpacked trail kept him two days behind all the way to Forty Mile.
Partly a disciple of Thackeray, he went beyond Thackeray's example in the refusal to take his art altogether seriously as an art; rather, he treated it as a form of business, sneering at the idea of special inspiration, and holding himself rigidly to a mechanical schedule of composition--a definite and unvarying number of pages in a specified number of hours on each of his working days.
Clifford, at this moment, if he chooses,--and choose he must!--can inform me where to find the schedule, the documents, the evidences, in whatever shape they exist, of the vast amount of Uncle Jaffrey's missing property.
With JDA Workforce Management, managers save time in manually editing and creating schedules and have real-time visibility into schedules on a daily and weekly basis.
States with Fee Schedules Have Lower Medical Costs for Injured Workers, WCRI Finds
The DEA website explains: "Drugs, substances and certain chemicals used to make drugs are classified into five distinct categories or schedules depending upon the drug's acceptable medical use and the drug's abuse or dependency potential.
In today's 24/7 economy, work schedules outside typical business hours are common, accounting for 17.7 percent of workers, according to the most recent official statistics.
Immunization schedules: For health care professionals.

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