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    The schedule objected "to"

    This schedule, unless objected to, shall be used...

    what this "to" above belongs to? What it means?

    Thank you

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    Re: The schedule objected "to"

    Quote Originally Posted by Joea View Post
    This schedule, unless objected to, shall be used...

    What does "to" above belongs belong to? What does it mean?
    'This schedule shall be used unless someone objects to it.'
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 09-Jun-2014 at 23:04. Reason: Added correction

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