Timeline definition

Timeline means the timeline for Milestones and other events, as set out in Item 3 of Schedule Two.

Examples of Timeline in a sentence

  • Include a logic model as appropriate.• Proposed Program Schedule and Timeline: The proposed timeline for the program activities.

  • For accounts of atrocities attributed to Boko Haram, see, e.g., UN IRIN, “Updated Timeline of Boko Haram Attacks and Related Violence,” December 12, 2013; “Boko Haram Timeline: From Preachers to Slave Raiders,” BBC, May 13, 2013; and Human Rights Watch (HRW), Spiraling Violence: Boko Haram Attacks and Security Force Abuses in Nigeria, October 11, 2012.

  • Timeline control shall have following features: Mark in/output (with looping facility), bookmark (including for all playing cameras or all selected cameras or removing all bookmarks), snapshot, time slider, time search, time jump, play controls.

  • Timeline ReportsTimeline - Generate a graphical timeline for the selected set of targets containing all related events with a date such as communications, mail covers, associations, etc.

  • Reporting will be as specified in Figure 3: Project Schedule Timeline (by the 15th day of the month following the quarter (January, April, July, October).


More Definitions of Timeline

Timeline means the overall development timeline included within the Technical Plan.
Timeline means the timeline as set out in the Proposal.
Timeline means, in regards to a FSP result or strategy referral provided by the FSP holder to a First Nation or stakeholder, the length of time specified in the referral that provides a reasonable opportunity for review and response. A referral response must be received by the FSP holder within the timeline specified in the referral in order to be considered as part of the result or strategy. The timeline will be:
Timeline has the meaning set forth in Section 2.1.
Timeline has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 2.3.1.