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    #1

    stick to schedule

    Dear experts,

    What 'stick to shedule' mean?

    Thanks in advance.

    Pink-Great


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    Re: stick to schedule

    Quote Originally Posted by PINKGREAT View Post
    Dear experts,

    What 'stick to shedule' mean?

    Thanks in advance.

    Pink-Great
    More context would be helpful, PG, but I'll hazard a guess.

    As phrased, without the apparent article, 'the', I believe that it would come across as somewhat of an admonition.

    A: Let's do it this way. It'll be better.

    B: Stick to schedule!

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