Corporate plans (football).
 ► “Borrowing a page from software developers, playbooks, Intel will launch an early-testing program in the 3rd quarter of 1995 that will let hundreds of sophisticated users do the TROUBLESHOOTING on P6-based systems.” (Informationweek, May 29, 1995, p. 16)

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