- As a part of the festival, bird-watching tours, a fishermen exhibition, boat race and a series of cultural programmes are being planned.
- Future plans and programmes were discussed at the gathering.
- A whole series of programmes are being planned to promote awareness.
- Treatment consists of a long-term programme of physical activity and, when necessary, anti-inflammatory drugs.
- The specific reform measures of the programme can be grouped under three broad headings.
- The program should provide long-term strategies to deal with weight problems you may have in the future.
- Everything from a giant City shirt, the two penalty spots, changing room pegs, turnstiles, team sheets and signed programmes will be available.
- Team sheets, signed programmes and a players' treatment table from the 1930s will also be up for grabs.
- ‘Finding all those programmes, letters and sheet music brought back so many memories,’ she says.
- To survive, a commercial broadcaster must produce programmes that audiences want.
- Television programmes, radio talk shows and even online magazines are the results of a lot of hard work.
- In this business to broadcast 4,000 programmes on the same radio station is a remarkable achievement.
- Processing power, therefore, is increasingly determined by software that compiles computer programs into machine code.
- The sharpest increase is expected to occur among workers who design software programs or develop computer databases.
- In order to use FTP, you'll need to download and install a software program on your computer.
verb (programs, programming, programmed, or programing, programed)[with object]
- Today's slot machines are programmed by computer to continually select a series of numbers at random, whether the machine is being played or not.
- Simply put, if a computer programmed by people learns the contents of a communication, and takes action based on what it learns, it invades privacy.
- Most search engines are not programmed to read graphics but instead look for text.
- I've been programming in mod perl for several years.
- Ferrell's team was more accustomed to programming in Microsoft's Visual Basic.
- When I was programming in the early '80s, Microsoft had a stable operating system on which free competition existed.
- What's new is a technique which lets ordinary card users program in their own spending parameters.
- People are used to point and click, not having to program in a time and channel to get something to record.
- By the way, you can also use this service to program in all those anniversaries that you tend to forget as well!
- We respond positively to baby animals because we're programmed to find big heads and big eyes cute.
- I am programmed to behave, not taught to behave.
- Blotter made a show of biting her knuckles and growing pale, as she was programmed to do in tense situations.
- The company consistently programs the wrong kind of plays for such a space.
- While the renovation takes place, he will be programming events in other venues, such as council-run schools outwith the city.
- In this view, networks, from the beginning of television time should have programmed lots of prime-time game shows.
- After one disastrous season, many of the stations that programmed the show asked to be let out of their two-year guarantees.
get with the program
- [often in imperative] North American informal Do what is expected of one; adopt the prevailing viewpoint.Example sentences
- On that matter, at least, Riordan got with the program: ‘I know nothing about it.’
- This is the way it is, boys and girls, and while I'm not thrilled, I think it's long past time that Democrats got with the program.
- Let's hope someone up top gets with the program.
Early 17th century (in the sense 'written notice'): via late Latin from Greek programma, from prographein 'write publicly', from pro 'before' + graphein 'write'.
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