time-table

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time-table (plural time-tables)

  1. Alternative spelling of timetable
    • 1893, [New South Wales] Report of the Minister of Public Instruction, 1894 Charles Potter edition, page 238,
      Lessons to be resumed according to the Time-table.
    • 1967, Michael Barsley, The Orient Express: The Story of the World's Most Fabulous Train, Stein and Day, page 69,
      Hopefully, the time-table promised new Wagons-Lits routes in Iraq and Jugoslavia, already dated 1940 and 1941.
    • 1987, John Blackie, Inside the Primary School, Knopf, ISBN 0805203117,
      CHAPTER FIVE The curriculum, the time-table and organisation