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flow chart

also flow·chart (flō′chärt′)
A schematic representation of a sequence of operations, as in a manufacturing process or computer program. Also called flow diagram, flow sheet.
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(ˈfləʊˌtʃɑːt) or

flow sheet

(General Engineering) a diagrammatic representation of the sequence of operations or equipment in an industrial process, computer program, etc
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Noun1.flowchart - a diagram of the sequence of operations in a computer program or an accounting systemflowchart - a diagram of the sequence of operations in a computer program or an accounting system
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Doctors will now be provided with a clear flow-chart outlining what symptoms should signal the need for tests and a list of common pitfalls which can delay treatment.
If Jacopo's verse, quoted at the outset of Pantano's project, fails to strike a familiar chord for most of us, the same will be true for countless others he patiently flushes from the literary underbrush for his chronological flow-chart of Petrarch's fortunes at Ferrara in the Quattrocento.
The plant is set up like a production flow-chart. Green coffee comes in through the back when it's delivered, then moves to the roasters and on to the packaging equipment.
The flow-chart, along with assessment instructions, were revised by raters in the present study as had been done for the flow chart in the Crone-Todd et al.
At the other end of the organizational spectrum, I have served in small congregations where the flow-chart, if one were drawn up, would consist of one box.
Events are tied together in a sort of flow-chart representation.

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