Calendar [noun]

Definition of Calendar:

schedule of events

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“Wonder Woman 1984,” one of many blockbusters originally set for the summer, had been the next big-budget release on the calendar.

Mulan was pulled off the release calendar, indefinitely delaying its debut.

Make room on your workspace for this 11-by-17 inch, freewheeling desk calendar designed for people or families with active schedules.

Even if you don’t consider yourself incredibly Type A, a desk calendar can bring you a sense of order and calm, even in the most turbulent times.

The calendar called for Potts to appear on stage in the morning as the sergeant at arms for the conference.

Back when Rawson was a student, she used a paper calendar for her planning.

“If you had asked me in June, I would have thought 40% of advertisers would shift to a calendar upfront,” said this executive.

In addition to his original portfolio as standards editor, Sorbara also oversees the newsroom’s publication calendar, leading daily and weekly story meetings.

Everything goes down in the calendar, regardless of whether it’s drinks with friends or a media interview.

Charlotte Clymer, 33, writer, LGBTQ advocate, and consultantKeep a good calendar.