preschedule

preschedule

(priːˈʃɛdjuːl)
adj
taking place ahead of schedule
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Read: Flood alert issued for River Sutlej, Indus after India releases water 'without preschedule
Under the 1960 Indus Water Treaty, India has to preschedule its spillway openings.
India has practically terminated the Indus Water Treaty as in its latest act of aggression against Pakistan, the Modi-led Hindu nationalist government opened three out of five spillways of the Ladakh Dam and outlets of Alchi Dam without preschedule.
Additionally, the PDMA KP director-general on Sunday said that India had opened the outlets of Alchi dam 'without preschedule' which, he said could lead to a flooding situation in River Indus.
Among others, the Revised Guidelines provides a list of prohibited pleadings which cause delay in criminal cases and requires judges to preschedule all hearing dates.
"Neo allows the channel's staff to preschedule all content and interstitials for fully automated playout while retaining the freedom to switch into live broadcasting mode whenever they choose.
Now, the nearest node (node 1) is taken as an example to show how to preschedule the receiving time of RTS packets.
Thursday at First Baptist Church in Cottage Grove; local meal delivery available; call 541-942-5229 to preschedule delivery; on Thursday, call 541-942-8242.
* Cyber-Physical Systems: The addition of compact real-time test and measurement instruments will offer absolute integration with real-time diagnostics to monitor system health, and even preschedule service.--Teich
Former Ombudsman of Kyrgyzstan Tursunbek Akun filed an appeal to Bishkek City Court on interdistrict court's decision about nonsuit of his claim on illegal decision of the Kyrgyz Parliament of the Ombudsman's preschedule dismissal from his post.