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agendas, plural;
  1. A list of items to be discussed at a formal meeting
    • - the question of nuclear weapons had been removed from the agenda
  2. A plan of things to be done or problems to be addressed
    • - he vowed to put jobs at the top of his agenda
    • - the government had its own agenda
  3. The underlying intentions or motives of a particular person or group
    • - Miller has his own agenda and it has nothing to do with football
  4. An appointment diary

  1. a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to
  2. a list of matters to be taken up (as at a meeting)
  3. Agenda was a current affairs programme broadcast on BBC Scotland during the 1980s.
  4. The name Agenda (“Things to be Done”; Germ. Agende or Kirchenagende) is given, particularly in the Lutheran Church, to the official books dealing with the forms and ceremonies of divine service.
  5. An agenda is a list of meeting activities in the order in which they are to be taken up, beginning with the call to order and ending with adjournment. It usually includes one or more specific items of business to be considered. ...
  6. Agenda is a literary journal published in London and founded by William Cookson. Agenda Editions is an imprint of the journal operating as a small press.
  7. Agenda was an hour long current affairs show in New Zealand. It screened at 10 am on Sundays on TV ONE. Its final host was Rawdon Christie with political interviews conducted by Guyon Espiner. Christie and Espiner were joined each week by three panelists from the New Zealand media. ...
  8. The Agenda with Steve Paikin is the flagship current affairs program of TVO, Ontario’s public broadcaster. The show practises what anchor and senior editor Steve Paikin calls "long-form" journalism. Each hour-long program tackles no more than two topics, and often only one. ...
  9. (agendum) A task which ought to be done
  10. (Agendas) are documents sent out to team members before a meeting. Agendas state issues to be discussed about planning a project, team issues, ideas to be brainstormed, and problems to be solved. Properly constructed agendas allow time for dialogue amongst the team members.
  11. Agendas will be drafted by the Forum Co-ordinator and approved by the Forum Convenor. Invitation to contribute agenda items will be sent to all core members three weeks before the date of meetings. ...
  12. The list of business (including proposed legislation) to be considered at a committee meeting or during a hearing.
  13. A list, plan or outline of things to be done before, during and after the training. An agenda is the road map that will lead to the achievement of the learning objectives. Everyone needs a plan and wants to know where you are leading them.
  14. this is one of the first things your practitioner will ask before a session; it's another way of asking about your most important health concerns.
  15. The order in which the issues before a committee will be discussed. The first duty of a committee following the roll call is usually to set the agenda.
  16. A document or chart containing the content and sequence of a meeting, project, or longer-term process.
  17. a daily order of legislative business set by the Speaker.
  18. The first meeting of the Congress decided "to hold sessions as an International Communist Conference" and adopted the following work agenda:
  19. the list of business to be brought before the Assembly for consideration and decision at its sitting on any day;
  20. Presents a view of today's (or, optionally, this week's) scheduled items, appointments, and upcoming deadlines.
  21. N (list of items at a meeting) tagordoZ,PIV; (day planner, personal organizer) agendoZ,PIV
  22. The sequence of items for a meeting based on the organization's Order of Business. A typical agenda would be: 1) Call to order and roll call; 2) Reading and approval of minutes; 3) Reports of officers, boards, and standing committees; 4) Reports of special committees; 5) Special orders; 6) ...
  23. printed list of legislative items the City Council considers at a Council meeting.
  24. The agenda of activities planned for the next scheduled session, usually following a previously written over all case plan.
  25. Specific list of items that will be considered/acted upon at a meeting. Also called order of business.