Program

Program (UK and U.S.) may refer to:

  • Computer program
  • Program (machine), those executed by machines that are not computers
  • A synonym for patch, a synthesizer setting stored in memory.
  • The trade name for lufenuron, a veterinary flea control medication

Programme (British English, from the French programme) or program (American English) (from the Ancient Greek: πρόγραμμα, προ pro "before", γράμμα gramma "letter, writing") may refer to:

  • Programme (booklet), a printed leaflet for patrons of a live event such as a theatre or sports performance
  • Radio programming
  • Television programme
  • Programme music, a type of art music that attempts to render musically an extra-musical narrative
  • Programme management, the process of managing several related projects, e.g. in business or science
  • Twelve-step programme, a set of guiding principles outlining a course of action for recovery from addiction, compulsion, or other behavioural problems
  • Education programme

Read more about Program:  Artistic Creations, Organisations

Famous quotes containing the word program:

    Called on one occasion to a homestead cabin whose occupant had been found frozen to death, Coroner Harvey opened the door, glanced in, and instantly pronounced his verdict, “Deader ‘n hell!”
    —For the State of Nebraska, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    Instead of offering the Indians a chance to surrender, and to be taken peaceably, General Connor issued a very cruel order to his men—’Take no prisoners, fight to the death; nits breed lice.’
    State of Utah, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    Resorts advertised for waitresses, specifying that they “must appear in short clothes or no engagement.” Below a Gospel Guide column headed, “Where our Local Divines Will Hang Out Tomorrow,” was an account of spirited gun play at the Bon Ton. In Jeff Winney’s California Concert Hall, patrons “bucked the tiger” under the watchful eye of Kitty Crawhurst, popular “lady” gambler.
    —Administration in the State of Colo, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)