Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of array.

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Examples

  • One — the use of "arraying" instead of "arranging" troops — later turned out to be a typographical error.

    The Library in the New Age

  • The government plays a strategic role in setting the priorities and arraying the forces and organization necessary to achieve this goal.

    Dave Johnson: Consensus Grows: Confront China on Trade

  • On Buis 'tune "Zest for a Zizz," he suggests the opulence of Ellington's dozen horns by skillfully arraying The Astronotes' five winds in background and foreground roles.

    Joost Buis And Astronotes: Controlled Anarchy

  • The government plays a strategic role in setting the priorities and arraying the forces and organization necessary to achieve this goal.

    Dave Johnson: Consensus Grows: Confront China On Trade

  • As Andy Grove so presciently articulated in the July 1, 2010, issue of Businessweek, the economies of China, Singapore, Germany, Brazil and India have demonstrated "that a plan for job creation must be the number-one objective of state economic policy; and that the government must play a strategic role in setting the priorities and arraying the forces of organization necessary to achieve this goal."

    China's Superior Economic Model

  • The government plays a strategic role in setting the priorities and arraying the forces and organization necessary to achieve this goal.

    Dave Johnson: Consensus Grows: Confront China On Trade

  • The decision, by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski, is likely to trigger a vigorous lobbying battle, arraying big phone and cable companies and their allies on Capitol Hill against Silicon Valley giants and consumer advocates.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Thursday, May 6, 2010

  • The government plays a strategic role in setting the priorities and arraying the forces and organization necessary to achieve this goal.

    Dave Johnson: Consensus Grows: Confront China on Trade

  • He considers taking himself apart and arraying the pieces on a table.

    The Aerialist

  • James Polk, the political chess master, was arraying his pieces for maximum effect on the chessboard of statecraft.

    A Country of Vast Designs

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