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diarize

(ˈdaɪəˌraɪz) or

diarise

vb
to make use of a diary to record past events or those planned for the future
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uk David uses nature and years and years of diarised notes and experience to forecast the weather and is incredibly accurate.
By February 1975, Sketchley's diarised accounts of her viewing, from morning to night, included the refrain 'WATCHED THE USUAL THINGS ON T.
78), who diarised that he found the rhythms 'fascinating' and the chanting 'monotonous', terms that Harris believes hint at a lack of preconceptions about 'what was to be heard in Australian Indigenous music', whereas Miller's judgmental term 'monotonous' itself indicates an aesthetic preconception of the music's content.
I really want my blog to enable me to document the trip with diarised events, photos and videos to capture the memories," she said.
Hill of Freedom (2014)--which, like Night and Day, is recounted in diarised foreign-country-travel entries that divide the film into chapters--is the tale of a Japanese man (Ryo Kase) who's come to Korea in search of an ex-girlfriend (Seo Young-hwa), told through a series of letters.
After creating your own ID there are many options for this, from creating a diarised revision timetable to mind map versions of flashcards.
This book is untraditional and unconventional: it's a true diarised account of my time living with an abusive man from 2001 to 2003.
I don't want regard that is diarised and orchestrated by shopkeepers who scratch through the archetypes for the lowest common denominator and highest possible sales.
Justice Jawwad remarked " this report was diarised in February 2013 and now 9 months have been elapsed.
Applications can be assigned to a specific user with a target date for completion and associated 'tasks' can be allocated, diarised and managed from within Hunter.