Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of calendar.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of calendar.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If you try to sign up, though, every individual class on the March and April calendars is listed as full, with no available seats.

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  • The Chinese calendar, like many other calendars, is lunar.

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  • We women seem to have plenty of time for doing things for others, but putting fun into our Blackberry or iPhone calendars is frequently a stumbling block.

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  • Synergy: Setting up accounts for email is a breeze, and once completed, Synergy kicks in to grab contacts and calendars from the cloud.

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  • Whereas the web today provides links between documents which humans read and extract meaning from, the semantic web aims to provide computers with the means to extract useful information from data accessible on the internet, be it on web pages, in calendars or inside spreadsheets.

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  • Four dancers times a total of 13 rotations equals 52, the number of years required for the two main calendars to coincide in pre-Hispanic times.

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  • The date was the First of Muharram of Islam’s year 1400–which in calendars kept by infidel Westerners corresponded to November 20, 1979.

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  • This figure for desktop calendars is also up over three percentage points from last year.

    Paper beats electronic, for calendars at least

  • Even switching calendars is a breeze as most services allow you to export and import.

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  • The particular date of the event is significant, as it is actually considered a "day out of time" or nonexistent day marking the start of a new year in the 13-moon calendar, a measure of time that combines elements of calendars from the Maya culture and other ancient civilizations.

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