- to enter (an item) on a checklist.
- to enter items on a checklist.
Origin of checklist
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Examples from the Web for checklist
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Despite signing paperwork and a checklist of dos and don'ts, I was in way over my head.My ‘Kink’ Nightmare: James Franco’s BDSM Porn Documentary ‘Kink’ Only Tells Part of the Story
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As if working down a checklist, he notches short chapters about every institution within the greater floating institution.Geoff Dyer at Sea: Unmoored but on Target
Melissa Holbrook Pierson
May 21, 2014
Since 2011, the general assembly has blown through a checklist of conservative priorities like an ace shot at target practice.North Carolina’s Senate Race Could All Come Down to a Backlash
May 5, 2014
Surf on over to WebMD and put in a checklist of your symptoms.So You Have an Inconsequential But Awful Illness
Kelly Williams Brown
January 18, 2014
Every year, following the publication of the Checklist, we receive a number of queries.
This Checklist, 1960, is the last of the cumulative Checklists.
Kelly completed her scan, glanced down at the checklist in her hand.Code Three
The titles in the major portion of the Checklist are listed in a single comprehensive index by author.
We hope this Checklist is half as much fun for you to read as it was for us—all things considered—to prepare.
Word Origin and History for checklist
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