Origin of calendar
OTHER WORDS FROM calendarca·len·dri·cal [kuh-len-dri-kuhl], /kəˈlɛn drɪ kəl/, ca·len·dric, cal·en·dar·i·al [kal-uhn-dair-ee-uhl], /ˌkæl ənˈdɛər i əl/, cal·en·dar·i·an, cal·en·dar·ic, adjectiveun·cal·en·dared, adjective
How to use calendar in a sentence
When she was three, she had only a basic concept of time, with little awareness of clocks or calendars.Humanity is stuck in short-term thinking. Here’s how we escape.|Katie McLean|October 21, 2020|MIT Technology Review
In her new role, Hope will help develop the event calendar with the executive team for existing and new products, manage event programming across all brands and help navigate content for clients.Recent promotions announced at Digiday Media as the company focuses on growth|jim cooper|October 16, 2020|Digiday
Maybe can look into your calendar if you give permission for that.
Not only is it reshaping the holiday shopping calendar in the US, it also threatens to siphon sales from other retailers through the end of the year as it drives more sign ups for Prime.
As the calendar flipped to October, the start of the final quarter of 2020, these clouds hung thick and dark over the markets.This year’s ‘October surprise’ could impact your portfolio for years to come|Bernhard Warner|October 11, 2020|Fortune
The documents have not yet been calendared, but they do not appear to contain anything relating to Shrewsbury.The Influence and Development of English Gilds|Francis Aiden Hibbert
When possible, these documents are classified, calendared, and indexed.The Ontario Archives|Alexander Fraser
As yet a very small proportion of them has been printed, and few have 448even been calendared.The History of England|T.F. Tout
It has been erroneously calendared by Brewer as a bill of mortality of the sweating sickness in 1528.A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II)|Charles Creighton
The Scottish and Irish state papers are calendared in separate series and without much system.