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scheduled

/ (ˈʃɛdjuːld) /
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adjective
arranged or planned according to a programme, timetable, etca scheduled meeting; a change to the scheduled programmes on TV tonight
(of an aircraft or a flight) part of a regular service, not specially chartered
British (of a building, place of historic interest, etc) entered on a list of places to be preservedSee also listed building
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