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docket

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Trade, Law
docketdock‧et /ˈdɒkɪt $ ˈdɑː-/ noun [countable]  1 BBT technical a short document giving details of goods that are delivered2 SCL American English law a list of legal cases that will be heard in a particular court3 American English a list of things that are to be discussed or done syn agenda What’s on the docket for tomorrow’s meeting?
Examples from the Corpus
docketUnfortunately, departmental finding aids, such as docket books, have often not been preserved in central archives.We have a uh, rather long list on the consent docket.We were the greedy ambulance chasers representing rancorous clients who clogged the court dockets.But the paper proved to be a delivery docket.The court's docket of civil rights cases is light compared to last year's.There, they would check it off and whoosh it back to you with the customer's change and the docket stamped.They've been I putting the money into the tube and forgetting the dockets.Two of the most important items on the docket are closely related.on the docketTwo of the most important items on the docket are closely related.So what's on the docket for today's meeting?
From Longman Business Dictionarydocketdock‧et /ˈdɒkətˈdɑː-/ noun [countable]1a document giving details of goods that have been sold or delivered, the contents of a package etcthe old system of having to write out an individual docket for every transaction2American EnglishLAW a list of legal cases that will take place in a particular courtOnce your case is on the court’s docket, you and your attorney will have the opportunity to meet with IRS lawyers.
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