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scheme

 [skēm]
1. a calculated plan of action.
2. schema.
body scheme the acquisition of an internal awareness of the body and the relationship of body parts to one another; a sensorimotor performance component of occupational therapy.
Intervention scheme see intervention scheme.
Problem Classification scheme see problem classification scheme.

sche·ma

, pl.

sche·ma·ta

(skē'mă, skē-mah'tă),
1. A plan, outline, or arrangement. Synonym(s): scheme
2. In sensorimotor theory, the organized unit of cognitive experience.
[G. schēma, shape, form]

sche·ma

, pl. schemata (skē'mă -mă-tă)
1. A plan, outline, or arrangement.
Synonym(s): scheme.
2. In sensorimotor theory, the organized unit of cognitive experience.
[G. schēma, shape, form]
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Dalglish will complete the pounds 3.5m signing of French striker Stephane Guivarc'h tomorrow and then swoop for a schemer. Feyenoord's pounds 3m Giovanni Van Bronckhorst is a top target.
Written in a bid to boost his flagging finances he has come across for much of it as a drug-and-booze addicted self pitying schemer.
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Royal drama was fit for a prince and a princess, even although Kate was depicted as a schemer.
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Rhyme Schemer would be a great addition to tween and younger teen collections.--Dianna Geers.
But senior club sources have categorically denied that they have any interest whatsoever in their former schemer.
While 22 percent voted to forgive Lance Armstrong, former President Richard Nixon followed with 12 percent, with only 3 percent voting to forgive Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff, who is currently serving a 150-year prison term.
Being an incorrigible schemer, when I first started ice fishing with our two boys about 24 years ago this February, I thought I would add a few Webber improvements to the game.