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Explanation: This is a nightmare word - I get it all the time in my jobs and apart from retaliating with "palimpsest", which is unknown in the context (!), I've decided it means programming but you can't write programming of programmes (or you could if you wanted never to work again!) so I often go for "schedule" instead.
Angela Arnone Local time: 08:17 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 119
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