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  • I wanted to compliment you on your beautiful, well-arranged, content-rich site.

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  • In fact, the songs are so well-arranged - not a stray note or straggly rhythm anywhere - that the emotional heft of a song such as "I Could Be a Saint" takes multiple plays to expose its gorgeous, heartbreaking lilt: "How you gonna make me pay/when I've given all I have away?"

    Lost tracks: Emma Pollock, "The Law of Large Numbers"

  • And I don't know why, and I know I have to stop putting things into fictional frames and thinking that things can be settled in one chapter or with a few well-arranged words.


  • This cabinet package allows for a tidy, well-arranged kitchen and the owners have done a beautiful job putting it to work.

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  • All the techniques for making well-arranged descriptions, finding correlations, and preparing predictions belong to the field of scientific practice with which I have to do here. ...

    Neurath on sociology

  • It's a very unusual set of circumstances, presumably well-arranged.

    CNN Transcript Aug 27, 2009

  • Things were a little on the mellow side the weather even went from hot to warm, thanks to cloud cover early on, and the well-arranged pop-rock sets from Shout Out Louds, then Stars, featuring members of Broken Social Scene Side, were perfect for that Sunday feel.

    Buzzine » Roger Waters Coachella Day 3

  • The kitchen is recently updated, lovely and well-arranged.

    The decisions are killing me!

  • The kitchen is dated but cute, spacious and well-arranged it also has vintage boomerang-patterned formica countertops that are in great shape.

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  • By dint of constant repetition, however, these constitutional sights had very little more interest for me than so many parochial vestries; and I was glad to exchange this one for a lounge in a well-arranged public library of some ten thousand volumes, and a visit to a tobacco manufactory, where the workmen are all slaves.

    American Notes for General Circulation


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