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Agenda   /ədʒˈɛndə/   Listen

A temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to.  Synonyms: docket, schedule.
A list of matters to be taken up (as at a meeting).  Synonyms: agendum, order of business.

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"Agenda" Quotes from Famous Books

... to live a solitary and transfigured life. He let this be known in an in flammatory manner, just as he had so often done when announcing the agenda of a new trend in art. And with the profoundest solemnity, as though he were at an important funeral. He even exploited his failure in order to feel superior. In point of fact, he lived hardly differently than before. The only change was that he had actually become more hopeless in an emotional ...
— The Prose of Alfred Lichtenstein • Alfred Lichtenstein

Words linked to "Agenda" :   fare, order of business, list, menu, program, plan, programme, listing, docket, schedule, agenda item, order of the day

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