Rescheduled sentence example

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  • They are now rescheduled to perform on Wednesday June 29.

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  • It was well past the rescheduled reserva­tion time when a mispronounced version of Cynthia's name was called and they were led through a babble of conversation and a clatter of silverware to a corner table, remarkably, one with a view of the now-darkened bay.

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  • The hearing was accordingly adjourned and rescheduled to take place on 14 March 2005 and the Parties were informed forthwith.

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  • No contingency is needed in developer estimates No contingency is necessary as requirements that don't fit are dropped or rescheduled by the Customer.

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  • Teaching units are offered on particular days of the week and are not rescheduled for part-time students.

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  • Notification will be provided by the Competition Secretary in writing to both Clubs for fixtures so rescheduled.

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  • The rescheduled gig will take place at the end of May, with all tickets valid for the new date.

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  • The rescheduled debt with Germany will now be paid over a 23 year period.

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  • Rescheduled matches will be played at the end of the season or on an alternative agreed date.

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  • The game will be rescheduled at a later date.

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  • The AGM has also been rescheduled due to the foot and mouth crisis.

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  • Tomorrow, the delayed team racing is rescheduled to take place.

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  • Part of the band 's ' A Bigger Bang ' world tour has been rescheduled to allow the guitarist time to recover.

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  • The test will be rescheduled for a later date.

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  • Tuesday 29th November 2005 The Atlantic Rowing Race start has been rescheduled for 11am local time on Wednesday 30th November in the Canaries.

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  • We did n't get a chance to present on Friday so our presentation was rescheduled for next week.

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  • Ultrasounds should be rescheduled as the need dictates per the physician.

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  • She called the employment office and they rescheduled the three men they were going to send to help put up the fence.

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  • If this happens repeatedly during a game then the match will be declared null and void and be rescheduled on a different server.

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  • The DTI has also rescheduled £ 200 million in debt repayments from the beleaguered Indonesian economy so that arms deals could continue.

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  • The twenty rescheduled dates are more spread out than they were prior to her illness in order to ease the pressure on the singer.

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  • The rescheduled examinations will be posted here from Friday 9 June.

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  • It was the lumber yard saying they had rescheduled and would be delivering the supplies at ten in the morning.

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