schedule

Stave vs Schedule - What's the difference?

stave | schedule |


As nouns the difference between stave and schedule

is that stave is one of a number of narrow strips of wood, or narrow iron plates, placed edge to edge to form the sides, covering, or lining of a vessel or structure; especially, one of the strips which form the sides of a cask, a pail, etc while schedule is (obsolete) a slip of paper; a short note.

As verbs the difference between stave and schedule

is that stave is to break in the staves of; to break a hole in; to burst often with in while schedule is to create a time-.

Schedule vs Notebook - What's the difference?

schedule | notebook |


As nouns the difference between schedule and notebook

is that schedule is (obsolete) a slip of paper; a short note while notebook is notebook.

As a verb schedule

is to create a time-.

Roadmap vs Schedule - What's the difference?

roadmap | schedule |


As nouns the difference between roadmap and schedule

is that roadmap is while schedule is (obsolete) a slip of paper; a short note.

As a verb schedule is

to create a time-.

Schedule vs Enroll - What's the difference?

schedule | enroll |


As verbs the difference between schedule and enroll

is that schedule is to create a time- while enroll is to enter (a name, etc) in a register, roll or list.

As a noun schedule

is (obsolete) a slip of paper; a short note.

Schedule vs Booking - What's the difference?

schedule | booking |


In legal|lang=en terms the difference between schedule and booking

is that schedule is (legal) an annex or appendix to a statute or other regulatory instrument, or to a legal contract while booking is (legal) the process of photographing, fingerprinting and recording identifying data of a suspect following arrest.

As nouns the difference between schedule and booking

is that schedule is (obsolete) a slip of paper; a short note while booking is the act or process of writing something down in a book or books, eg in accounting.

As verbs the difference between schedule and booking

is that schedule is to create a time- while booking is .

Schedule vs Hours - What's the difference?

schedule | hours |


As nouns the difference between schedule and hours

is that schedule is (obsolete) a slip of paper; a short note while hours is .

As a verb schedule

is to create a time-.

Schedule vs Manage - What's the difference?

schedule | manage |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between schedule and manage

is that schedule is (obsolete) a slip of paper; a short note while manage is (obsolete) to bring about; to contrive.

As nouns the difference between schedule and manage

is that schedule is (obsolete) a slip of paper; a short note while manage is the act of managing or controlling something.

As verbs the difference between schedule and manage

is that schedule is to create a time- while manage is to direct or be in charge of.

Rundown vs Schedule - What's the difference?

rundown | schedule |


As nouns the difference between rundown and schedule

is that rundown is a rough outline generally used in the definite, as the rundown while schedule is (obsolete) a slip of paper; a short note.

As an adjective rundown

is .

As a verb schedule is

to create a time-.

Schedule vs Questionnaire - What's the difference?

schedule | questionnaire |


As nouns the difference between schedule and questionnaire

is that schedule is (obsolete) a slip of paper; a short note while questionnaire is a form containing a list of questions; a means of gathering information for a survey.

As verbs the difference between schedule and questionnaire

is that schedule is to create a time- while questionnaire is to survey using questionnaires.

Schedule vs Exhibitionist - What's the difference?

schedule | exhibitionist |


As nouns the difference between schedule and exhibitionist

is that schedule is (obsolete) a slip of paper; a short note while exhibitionist is exhibitionist.

As a verb schedule

is to create a time-.

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