arranging arranging  /ə ˈreɪn dʒɪŋ/


  • (n) the act of arranging and adapting a piece of music



  1. Whenever there was a small opening, Morita would immediately and strategically fill it by arranging a meeting with someone he wanted to become acquainted with or catch up with.
  2. Although her father and ex-husband were arrested for arranging an underage marriage, both were released within 10 days.
  3. After proving he was still desirable by arranging a quickie deal with some financiers, Cruise later settled down by buying his own studio, United Artists.


  1. Coverage You Can Count On

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) - A Branson man who did business arranging employment contracts for workers has pleaded guilty to violating federal laws on foreign labor.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: KOMU Columbia

  2. Time for flower arranging — within your wardrobe

    By JoAnne Klimovich Harrop, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Do some flower arranging — within your wardrobe. A dress in pretty posies or a skirt adorned with colorful petals brightens a summer outfit. Blooming ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Mckeesport Daily News

  3. Vietnam Jails 4 for Arranging Migrant Sea Journeys

    Vietnam court sentences 4 men to prison for arranging 2 illegal voyages for would-be migrants        
    on June 12, 2013     Source: ABC News


  1. Deaver's greatest skill "was in arranging what were known as good visuals - televised events or scenes that would leave a powerful symbolic image in people's minds," former first lady Nancy Reagan recalled in her memoir, "My Turn."
    on Aug 18, 2007 By: Nancy Reagan Source: Forbes

  2. "We know that men are arranging hook-ups for sex online," said Mark Thompson, the charity's deputy head of health promotion. "So we decided to tap into cyberspace to try reaching them before unsafe sex might happen."
    on Dec 20, 2007 By: Mark Thompson Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "His campaign simply exploited the biggest loophole in the campaign finance system in order to get public matching funds while arranging through allies to benefit from a 527. That's how they avoided the spending limits that are a condition of the...
    on Dec 29, 2007 By: David Plouffe Source: Forbes

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