Definition of Prescheduled

1. Verb. (past of preschedule) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Prescheduled

1. preschedule [v] - See also: preschedule

Lexicographical Neighbors of Prescheduled

presbytery
presbytia
presbytism
prescale
prescaled
prescales
prescaling
prescan
prescandal
prescanned
prescanning
prescans
prescapula
prescapular
preschedule
prescheduled (current term)
preschedules
prescheduling
preschool
preschooled
preschooler
preschoolers
preschooling
preschools
prescience
presciences
prescient
prescientific
prescientifically
presciently

Literary usage of Prescheduled

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Social Security Disability: Ssa Making Progress in Conducting Disability Reviews edited by Cynthia M. Fagnoni (1998)
"... their prescheduled start dates so that case files can be pulled and actual CDR case processing can begin about the time of the prescheduled start date. ..."

2. Housing Finance Markets in Transition Economies: Trends and Challenges by Spain Junta de Energía Nuclear, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2005)
"The risk of prescheduled repayment - is applied the moratorium on prescheduled repayment and collection of a commission for prescheduled repayment. ..."

3. Mexico's Pacific Coast by Vivien Lougheed (2004)
"On their prescheduled trips, rates run under $200 per person, per day, even less if you share a bathroom. With this company, once two people have confirmed ..."

4. Federal Power: Implications of Reduced Maintenance and Repairs of Federal by Peg Reese (1999)
"... less on traditional, prescheduled maintenance and rely more on newer, more flexible maintenance philosophies, such as reliability-centered maintenance. ..."

5. The California Electricity Crisis by James L. Sweeney (2002)
"... resources and loads with the CAISO and imposed a large penalty on all real-time energy transactions greater than 5 percent of the prescheduled amount. ..."

6. Rebel Bookseller: How To Improvise Your Own Indie STore And Beat Back The Chains by Andrew Laties (2005)
"The truckers' drama took two weeks to play out: the exact two weeks when the author was working through his prescheduled talk-radio publicity campaign. ..."

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