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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of arrange.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. disposed or placed in a particular kind of order.
- adj. having a schedule and itinerary established prior to departure; -- of travel plans.
- adj. deliberately arranged for effect.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. planned in advance
- adj. disposed or placed in a particular kind of order
- adj. deliberately arranged for effect
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The label arranged all the trappings of a full-fledged tour — hotels, food, promotions and the itinerary — but the best part of the experience by far, the three agree, was the fans.
My label arranged for me to sing "Ave Maria" and jet.
Boggs had called in to remark that he should withdraw the capital he had lent as soon as the term arranged for had expired.
I'm betting most women in arranged marriages aren't quite so instantly smitten.
Among other things, it teaches and practices polygamy, breaks up families and marriages, and has engaged in arranged and forced marriages.
Martin arranged to meet him next day, and went on to the hotel.
I also wanted to write about what it was like for Chinese women who came to America in arranged marriages.
Lakes wines were arranged from the driest of the dry to the not so dry of the dry.
However, the text illustrations are herein arranged in chronological order so as to represent the way language divergence played out within central-east Tanzania from early to later times.
Until now the FLDS have operated on a directive from imprisoned church leader Warren Jeffs to “answer them nothing,” believing the UEP takeover was part of a government campaign to persecute the FLDS for their religious beliefs, which include the practice of polygamy in arranged marriages that sometimes have involved underage girls.