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    Question What is "Christmas organisational chart"?

    It's an expression I found in the British TV series "Miranda" .The context may be seen with the following sentence:
    "I'll be at my parents', where for three days they will find things 'fun'that aren't 'fun'at any other time of the year,and we'll be bound by Mum's Christmas organisational chart."So what is "Christmas organisational chart"?Is it like a list of things to do on christmas or the arrangement for christams or something else?Any help will be much appreciated.

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    Re: What is "Christmas organisational chart"?

    A list of things to be done over the Christmas period.


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