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agenda

noun [C]  /əˈdʒen·də/ us  
a list of matters to be discussed at a meeting: Among the items on the agenda were next year’s budget and raising the membership dues. An agenda can also refer to any matters that have to be dealt with: Finding a job is at the top of my agenda. esp. disapproving An agenda is also a particular program of action, often one that is not directly expressed: She has a political agenda.
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