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    #1

    give / set a deadline for each task

    Hi,

    Question:

    1) Which verb can I use before the noun "deadline"?
    2) Apart from the following 2 words, any better word can be used?

    Sentence:

    I would allocate new tasks.
    I would give / set a deadline for each new task.

    Thanks

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    Re: give / set a deadline for each task

    We set deadlines. Deadlines are set.


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