Definition of Rostering

1. Verb. (present participle of roster) ¹



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Definition of Rostering

1. roster [v] - See also: roster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rostering

rosser
rossers
rossite
rossmanite
rost
rosted
rostel
rostella
rostellar
rostellate
rostelliform
rostellum
rostellums
roster
rostered
rostering (current term)
rosters
rosting
rostite
rostra
rostrad
rostral
rostral lamina
rostral layer
rostral neuropore
rostral transtentorial herniation
rostralis
rostrally
rostrate

Literary usage of Rostering

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1. Social Aspects of Road Transport by ECMT Staff, (Paris) European Conference of Ministers (1999)
"Operators The operator's duties are to operate a rostering system according to the working hours rules. to endorse and promote a professional code of ..."

2. Maintaining Budgetary Discipline: Spending and Revenue Options edited by Sherry Snyder (1999)
"They had also received training in completing the screening form, including rostering household members age 12 or older, and the person-selection procedures ..."

3. Report of the Hundred and Fifth [I.E. Fifteenth] Round Table on Transport by ECMT Staff, (Bruxelles) Economic Research Centre, Ecmt, economics Round table on transport, Economic Research Centre (2001)
"... various technical details of vehicle engineering, load planning and scheduling and human resource management (recruitment, training, rostering, etc.). ..."

4. Contested Skies: Trans-Australia Airlines Australian Airlines 1946-1992 by John Gunn (1999)
"... large to show real benefits in relatively standardised work scheduling [and] would vastly simplify the problem of crew rostering and positioning".32 ..."

5. The Crafts Family: A Genealogical and Biographical History of the by James Monroe Crafts, William Francis Crafts (1893)
"... and rostering his aples, without ey- ther the consent or knowledge of him or his wife." William Crafts was married sometime subsequent to 1664 to Ann, ..."

6. Future Directions for Indian Irrigation: Research and Policy Issues by Ruth Suseela Meinzen-Dick, Mark Svendsen (1991)
"The average loss per tubewell due to rostering was 5625 hours, or 64 percent of the total 8760 hours. Thus for about 64 percent of the time there was no ..."

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