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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.
All week, stylists, presenters and nominees such as Alicia Keys, John Mayer, Black Eyed Peas, White Stripes, matchbox twenty, Hilary Duff, Perry Farrell, MC Lyte and Sharon, Kelly and Jack Osbourne were skedded to stop by to shop for cool stuff to wear to the hot Grammy parties.
Skedded for a late 2013 HBO airing, this meditative, time-shuffling film seems ripe for niche arthouse play.
The potential blockbuster, directed by Wolfgang Petersen and set to hit theaters next year, was skedded to shoot in Malta and Morocco.
Some fab private dinners with his movie star clientele were planned this week and he was skedded to be honored with a nifty plaque at a glitzy Rodeo Drive Walk of Style event.
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.
It's skedded to start airing stateside mid-February.
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.
The actor, who's skedded to resume shooting of the film the beginning of January, managed to squeeze in a guest-starring role on ``Dharma & Greg'' during his holiday break in L.
Other Ladd films skedded to unspool are "The Right Stuff," "Chariots of Fire" and "Blade Runner.
Valletta is the Elite lovely recently linked to Leonardo DiCaprio, who, as we mentioned the other day, is also skedded to attend the event.
Analog switch-off in Spain is skedded for April 3, 2010.