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sked

 (skĕd) Informal
tr.v. sked·ded, sked·ding, skeds
To schedule: a meeting that was skedded for noon.
n.
A schedule.

[Shortening and alteration of schedule.]
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A skedded February 2014 local release will likely go boffo.
Skedded for a late 2013 HBO airing, this meditative, time-shuffling film seems ripe for niche arthouse play.
"The Lion King's" return engagement played to 99% for 12 weeks and the advance sales for "Mary Poppins," skedded to start in November, are equally strong.
What's less clear is how and when those tweaks and changes will get rehearsed and inserted into the show, given that "Spider-Man" has, after a couple of seven-perf weeks, returned to a full eight-preview weekly sked that leaves limited time for work outside the usually skedded performances.
In the past couple of weeks, rumors have run rampant all over the legit world that the big-budget musical from director Julie Taymor and musicians Bono and the Edge, skedded to begin Broadway perfs in February, may be called off.
Sony has skedded "Era uma vez" (Once Upon a Time) for March.
So in a way, the originally skedded time was half right.
Because the seasonal tuner was skedded for only a limited run, the producers argued that the lockout would irreparably damage their chances of recouping.
Only two pure sequels are skedded at this point: Disney-Walden's "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian," skedded for May 22, and Warner Bros.' Batman follow-up "The Dark Knight," set for July 18.
Now Ferrari diplomatically says "Beowulf"--which is skedded for a November bow Stateside via Paramount--won't be ready in time for Venice, which runs Aug.
It has skedded its most popular draw, the Dallas Cowboys, for two appearances in the first three weeks.
Other established helmers skedded to make the scene include Maggenti, Todd Verow ("Vacationland") and Daniel MacIvor ("Whole New Thing").