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programme, U.S. program
A. † Sc. public notice XVII;

B. descriptive notice or plan of intended proceedings XIX. In sense A — Late L. programma — Gr. prógramma public written notice, f. prográphein write publicly, f. PRO-2 + gráphein write; in sense B — F. programme.

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Programme

Programme

a written or printed list of pieces, items, or musical numbers to be performed at an entertainment; hence, the items themselves collectively Wilkes.

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programme

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