The clerk of the court's list of cases with dates and times set for hearings, trials or arguments.
The daily schedule of business for each house that shows the order in which proposals and other business will be taken up on the floor.
The House daily calendar lists bills an resolutions for consideration and the legislative day which they were reported from committee or the tabled calendar.
The agenda or list of business that is waiting for deliberation before each legislative body.
The calendar sections of illuminated manuscripts most often precede liturgical and devotional texts. In this context, they identify feast days pertinent to the patron and the region, using different colors to highlight important feasts, such as Christmas or the Annunciation (so-called red letter days). Calendars were often illuminated, the two most popular schemes being the labors (depicting the labors appropriate to each of the months -- June is reaping, August is sowing) of the months and the zodiac signs.
Also called the Orders of the Day (O.D.), the calendar is the daily agendaof the House and Senate. (See also Orders of the Day)
A list of bills and resolutions by titlee, printed each legislative day, which have been reported out of committee and are ready for third reading. Bills not disposed of on that legislative day are carried over in the same order to the next day's Calendar.
The daily printed agenda of business for each house of the General Assembly. The calendar also contains scheduled committee hearings.
A schedule of securities that will be offered for sale, such as an IPO calendar.
A daily listing showing bills ready for each action today.
A list of bills or resolutions that is scheduled or eligible to be taken up for consideration on a specified date by the members of a chamber.
A published summary in English of the contents of a document or a series of documents. For example, the charter rolls are the manuscript record of charters granted by the king; they are written in Latin in a contemporary hand. The calendar of the charter rolls is a summary of their contents with some information, such as the witness lists, left out.
A chronological list by month of the major trade shows pertaining to the supermarket industry.
(1) A printed list of proposals that are arranged according to the order of business and are scheduled for consideration by a chamber. (2) Agenda of daily legislative business in a chamber.
List of bills or resolutions to be considered by a committee, the House, or the Senate.
a representation of the time keeping system in which time is divided into days and longer periods (weeks, months and years), and a definite order for these time periods and a relationship among them are established. geography : physical
A view used to display one or more schedules. A calendar groups events by the day in which they occur. Back to top of glossary
This is the one of the examples of illumination that is not in a scriptural or prayer form. The calendar recognized all the church feast days throughout the year and had popular themes for each specific month to show the various signs of the times. There were illuminations of the signs of the zodiac.
a system of reckoning time in which days are enumerated according to their position in cyclic patterns.
A list of the cases scheduled to be heard on a given date at a specific part at a district office or hearing point.
A list of bills awaiting action.
A tabular listing of a day's court cases.
A booklet published each Half containing a complete list of Masters, a complete block-by-block list of boys giving details of each one, a complete list of divisions, the Abracadabra, and the Almanac.
in the legislative sense, a group of bills or proposals to be discussed or considered in a legislative committee or on the floor of the House or Senate.
A chronological listing of individual documents, identifying writer, recipient, date, place, and summary of content. Calendars are rarely produced and are not recommended archival practice.
The list of cases set to be heard in the same court on the same day.
"Calendar Views" - a link to a help file explaining how to use the calendar. The week day, date, your full name and the full name of the active group you are in is displayed. Self - show your calendar Group - show the calendars of group members...write - don't know what this does yet Resource list Events list - show the month before Select month Select year Enter button - show the month after Label names for calendar columns: We - Week, Mo - Monday, Tu - Tuesday, We - Wednesday, Th - Thursday, Fr - Friday, Sa - Saturday, Su - Sunday Week number column - click on week to show entire week. Day columns - click on a day to display Create event - select start and end time by clicking in the day view, add some text, hit Create. Extended view - One of the more interesting features of PHProjekt is that it lets you input an all-day event which can be one-time or perpetual. Such an event doesn't block the time blocks of the daily schedule, but shows up as a textline above the daily schedule table. It's useful for things like holidays.[ edit
r Kalender Both the English word calendar and German Kalender come from the Latin word kalendae (calends, "the day when accounts are due") or the first day of the month. Roman dates were expressed in "kalendae," nonae" (nones), and "idus" (ides), the 1st, 5th and 13th days of a month (the 15th day in the months of March, May, July and October) respectively. The names for the months of the year came into English, German and most of the western languages via Greek and Latin. For more see: Lektion 12: German for Beginners (the calendar and setting appointments), Months: Latin-Deutsch-English and Days: Latin-Deutsch-English.
The agenda of each chambers business. All items taken up in the chambers must appear on a Calendar or Supplement. Also referred to as the Advanced Calendar and Journal.
a tabular array of the days (usually for one year)
a forum that allows you to schedule and track appointments and coordinate your day
a kind of chart that is used to keep track of days , months, and years
a listing of a group of document with an entry for each document identifying the date, writer, place of origin, receiver, place of destination, subject of report, and other descriptive details
a list of bills and resolutions that are scheduled to be considered by the full house or senate
a schedule an organization uses to keep on track
a system fo' namin' purriods of time, typically days
a system for dividing time over extended periods, such as days, months, or years
a system for fixing the beginning, length, and divisions of the year and arranging days and longer divisions of time (e
a system of determining the beginning and ending of the year and dividing it up into seasons, months, weeks and days
a system of reckoning the time over extended intervals by combining days into longer groupings which are linked to the way in which we live
a tool that helps you plan what you need to accomplish in a day, a week, or a month
a way of life for some, and if it's not easy and reliable from day one, then it's not going to get used
a way of measuring large units of time, such as days, weeks, months and years
a wonderful way for CACFP Sponsors, Resource and Referral Agencies, Family Day Care Associations and others interested in family child care, to support their child care provider businesses and promote the benefits of good nutrition through the CACFP
A calendar is a defined object in the Tivoli Workload Scheduler database that contains a list of scheduling dates. Because it is a unique object defined in database, it can be assigned to multiple job streams. Assigning a calendar to a job stream causes that job stream to be executed on the days specified in the calendar. Note that a calendar can be used as an inclusionary or exclusionary run cycle.
The calendar is the list of bills eligible for debate and often contains the daily business of each chamber with committee meetings or public hearings.
A schedule of committee meetings or bills that will be discussed by both The House and Senate. There is a separate calendar printed for each chamber.
Listing of bills reported out of committees and ready for floor action.
A calendar is a specific combination of days per week, shifts per day and shutdowns. Projects can have a number of calendars to accommodate tasks that work different days and hours.
An agenda or list of business awaiting possible action by each chamber.
List of bills awaiting legislative action.
system of reckoning dates, see article on time and date.
The part of the watch that indicates day of the week and/or month. Can be displayed via a "cut-out" in the dial or through the use of sub-dials.
Consent - A special calendar for non-controversial bills (see Senate Rule 45). Formal/Perfection - List of bills recommended do pass by a committee which are ready for action by entire body. Bills must be taken up in the order presented on the calendar. Informal/Perfection - List of bills previously taken up for consideration, but not finally acted on. Bills may be taken up in any order. Third Reading - The final reading of and voting on a bill before it is reported to the other House.
The listing of bills, resolutions and other business items to be considered by the Senate or House. The calendars are published for each session day, and items are considered in the order listed unless changes are made during a session. The calendar also contains a list of future committee meetings and public hearings.
A chronological, item-level list of documents, indicating author, date, and subject, frequently used to organize incoming and outgoing correspondence. Calendars were sometimes called schedules
List of bills awaiting for action by committees on specific dates.
The application that helps you manage and organize your daily, weekly and monthly schedules, including setting alarms or alerts to notify you of important dates or appointments.
Date indicator, generally only the day of the month
The Bahá'í calendar is composed of nineteen months of nineteen days with an additional four (or five, in leap year) days to equal 364 days annually. The months are named after different attributes of God (Beauty, Light, Mercy, Splendor, etc.). The extra days 4-5 days are know as the Intercalary Days, and are designated as a time of celebration, gift giving and community service.
Also known as the Web Calendar or Online Calendar. The online calendar lists university events. If you want your event listed on the Online Calendar, use this online form. Events don't automatically appear; they must be approved by a member of the Web Development team. (So it's best not to wait until the last minute.) We try to "feature" events that would have the broadest public appeal on the home page Calendar of Events (right-hand column); all events are listed on the larger calendar. If you need help using the form, try these Online Calendar Instructions.
A feature that shows the date, month, and day of the week.
A sequential listing of bills and resolutions for floor consideration.
A system of marking days of the year, usually devised in a way to give each date a fixed place in the cycle of seasons.
A list of cases scheduled for hearing in court.
The scheduling calendar of a user or resource.
An alphabetical, categorized list of each case to be heard in each courtroom every day. To calendar something means to assign a day, time and courtroom to a case.
The Biblical calendar is lunar-based and its months were generally referred to numerically (1st month, 2nd month etc.). The modern Jewish calendar was influenced by the Babylonian calendar and some month names are Babylonian in origin. The only months mentioned by their Hebrew names in Scripture are: Aviv, Ziv, Sivan, Elul, Ethanim, Bul, Chisleu, Tevet, Shevat, and Adar. Other month names, like Nisan (which replaces biblical Aviv), Tammuz, Av, Iyyar (which replaces biblical Ziv), Heshvan (which replaces biblical Bul) and Tishri (which replaces biblical Ethanim) are borrowed from the Babylonian calendar.
The agenda or schedule of business awaiting action by the full House or Senate.
In modern times the rules are: Thirty days hath September, April, June and November, all the rest have 31 except February alone which has 28 and 29 in leap years. Leap years are years which are a multiple of 4 unless they are a multiple of 100 when they are not leap years unless they divide by 400 when they are again. I hope that is perfectly clear :-) Filter is a device, probably mathematical, that allows some ranges of frequencies through and not others. It may partially allow some through. Simple filters can be made by using moving averages.
A descriptive list in date order of the documents in an archive; to make such a list.
in terms of the liturgical calendar found in many religious manuscripts, a listing of the feast days and saints' days throughout the year
List of cases arranged for hearing in court.
The Calendar is a listing of the bills (and other proposed legislation) reported from committees and generally ready for floor consideration. Usually, a calendar is the printed daily list of the bills, by their titles. However, calendars can be used in an intangible sense, as a stage in the process of making a bill eligible for consideration. The calendar also lists meetings of committees scheduled for that day. There are also calendars of the legislation given priority by the Committee on Rules and Calendar and calendars of local legislation.
A listing of the bills, resolutions, and memorials ready for introduction or for floor consideration on second or third reading. The calendar for the Senate also includes board or commission confirmations ready for Senate action. The calendar also lists meetings of committees scheduled for that day or for the next several days, as well as conference committees that are to report.
a document listing cases for hearing before a court. Calendars may be for district court, superior court, motions, forfeitures, criminal docket management, plea, or trials.
a list of bills that have passed General Orders and are awaiting their third reading, or final passage, in either the House or the Senate.
show HIDE A visual and verbal overview of a month.
A court's list of the all cases scheduled for hearings on a specific date.
The calendar used in developing a project plan. This calendar identifies project work days, and can be altered so weekends, holiday s, weather days, etc., are not included. [D00198] PMK87 The arrangement of normal work ing days, together with non- work ing days, such as holiday s and vacations, as well as special workdays (overtime period s) used to determine dates on which project work will be complete [D03712] PPS&C p338 See also Project Calendar. [D03806] project calendar lists time intervals in which activities or resources can or cannot be schedule d. A project usually has one default calendar for the normal work week (Monday through Friday for example), but may have other calendars as well. Each calendar can be customized with its own holiday s and extra work days. Resources and activities can be attached to any of the calendars that are defined. [D04390] APM
Central Course Task Lists Outlining on each day the activities a student should be completing. Supplement or replace Course syllabus. Organizational Tool Time on task Concrete, sequential Advanced organizer
The list of cases scheduled for hearing in court each day.
A list or schedule of cases to be heard in court or scheduled for appearance on a specific date.
An agenda for pending legislative business.
The list of bills or resolutions to be considered by committees, or by either chamber.
The court's schedule of cases to be heard, also called a Docket.
Subdials (windows or apertures in the dial) which display the day, month and/or year.
Orderly arrangement of the days, weeks and months of the year. The Orthodox Church uses the old Julian calendar in reckoning church days.
list of legislation to be heard by the Legislature
A software application that enables you to schedule appointments and create To Do lists.
A list of cases to be heard each day in court.
The data that defines work time in terms of work days and free days.
A list of bills, resolutions, or other matters to be considered before committees or on the floor of either House of Congress.
More personal that lists what I'm up to
Other than conventional meaning, a system (usually, tabular register of days) for keeping the list or schedule of events or activities giving dates and details. dhaha View
A Sub-dial or window that may be magnified which display the day, month and/or year.
Calendar feature allows you to store scheduling and event information in your phone. Some phones also offer the ability to sound an alert to remind you of upcoming events.
A list of cases instituted in a court and now ready for trial. It is sometimes called the "docket" or "trial list."
A calendar divides the year into periods and lets you know what day it is.
The daily list of bills awaiting action by the full Senate or House.
The schedule of when and where a bill is to be heard for debate or called for a vote.
Appears at the top of the left hand column in a blog and shows the days in the current month. Any days on which one or more entries have been created will be a link.
The Assembly or Senate agenda of bills, resolutions, joint resolutions, etc. scheduled for any legislative day.
the mechanism that shows the date, the day of the week, the year and the month. The calendar displays can be digital or analog.
The daily printed agenda of business for each house. The Calendar also contains scheduled committee meetings and public hearings.
Also called the Orders of the Day (O.D.), the calendar is the daily agenda of the House and Senate.
The printed agenda of each chamber, printed daily during the session; also referred to as the Advance Journal and Calendar.
The calendar mechanism or function on a watch can consist of a date only showing in a window through to a triple calendar, showing the date, day and month. A combination of dial cut outs and pointer hands may be used. The most complicated calendar mechanisms may be mechanically programmed to show the year and months including those with less that 31 days; leap years can also be mechanically allowed for. Sometimes referred to as a perpetual calendar .
In 1752 the year start was moved from March 25th to preceding January 1st. Transcribing pre-1752 copy ‘5 Feb 1626’ as ‘5 Feb 1626/7’. September sometimes written 7ber, October - 8ber etc - not to be confused with present month numbers. 522.
a schedule of matters to be heard in court
A categorized list of cases to be heard in a court at specific dates and times; to assign a date, time, and court to a case. Calendars are publicly posted in court lobbies.
year - The twelve-month period beginning January 1 and ending December 31. Depending on your business circumstances, you may or may not use the calendar year as your fiscal period.
Judaism follows a lunar calandar adjusted every three years or so to the solar cycle (by adding a second 12th month)-thus "lunisolar"; the oldest Jewish annual observances are Passover/pesah, Shevuot, Yom Kippur and Sukkot; other ancient celebrations include Rosh Hashanah, Simhat Torah, Hannukah and Purim; in general, Christianity operates on a "solar" calendar based on the relationship between the sun and the earth (365.25 days per year); the main Christian observances are Easter, Pentecost, and Christmas.
List of new issues scheduled to come to market shortly. Source
A list of measures or other matters that are eligible for floor consideration in a chamber of Congress. Most calendar items have been favorably reported by committees. The House has five calendars; the Senate has two. A place on a calendar does not guarantee consideration. Each house decides which measures and matters it will take up, when, and in what order.
A tabular arrangement of the days, weeks, and months of the year.
A list of securities offered for sale as of a specified date
The calendar listed the saints commemorated on particular days. Special feast days and local saints are written in red, or with colour and illumination. Commendation of Souls A series of psalms recited after the Office of the Dead.
A calendar is a system for naming periods of time, typically days. These names are known as calendar dates. Cycles in a calendar are often synchronised with the perceived motion of astronomical objects.
Calendar is the local news programme for ITV Yorkshire. It began on 29 July 1968, the same day as Yorkshire Television (YTV) came on air.