- v. present participle of arrange.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. the act of arranging a piece of music.
- n. the act of arranging and adapting a piece of music
“But this original nature of hers could not for ever find satisfaction in 'arranging' other people's brain-products.”
“The involvement of the Federal Reserve in arranging the merger of Bear Stearns with J.P. Morgan came at a steep price for Bear Stearns shareholders.”
“The Chinese regime, however, did not meddle with this meeting, as good as a Embassy used good option in arranging it, according to Jiang.”
“They never complained once, kept on point, and did whatever organizing she needed in arranging storage.”
“Of the three days I spent there, one was at the GH Museum which has a nice display on the FEPOWs and has asked for my help in arranging a special display on the FEPOWs for next spring.”
“Peter Daou has been a fan of the blog from way back and he's been very generous in arranging invitations to events that have brought me into contact with some seriously important people --- I ever tell you about the time I made Hillary laugh?”
“London, the naturalistic cynic, disparaging traditional Christian concepts, shows his cynicism in arranging the unusual denouement in which Bram seeks the revenge.”
“Author of the definitive "Food Wine Budapest," Carolyn specializes in arranging individual tours of Budapest's markets and restaurants which includes cooking a meal with the purchased ingredients She also takes people on gastronomic tours of the Tokaj wine region, with the next scheduled one being on October 9 to coincide with the harvest.”
“Please contact Dr. Alexander R. Judkins, if you are interested in arranging to visit or rotate through the Division of Neuropathology.”
“If hyperbaric therapy might be needed you can contact the Poison Control Center 24 hours a day at 800-222-1222 for consultation or assistance in arranging treatment.”
‘arranging’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for arranging.