orchestrated :

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  • v  write an orchestra score for
  • v  plan and direct (a complex undertaking)
  • a  arranged for performance by an orchestra

  • Vitriol orchestrated or otherwise turns up at town-hall meetings organized by Congressmen to sound out their constituents on the President's proposals for health-care .
  • Starting with that first letter, she has orchestrated a sustained dramatic crescendo unlike anything literature has ever seen.
  • KENNETH DUBERSTEIN, who orchestrated President Reagan's first-term legislative strategy, on President Obama's push to move quickly on health care.
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  • Manmohan Singh in CNN International
    The well-planned and very orchestrated attacks, probably with external linkages, were intended to create a sense of panic by choosing high-profile targets and indiscriminately killing innocent foreigners,Singh said.
  • Sarah Palin in Telegraph.co.uk
    He's a teenager,Mrs Palin said. "I don't think he realises quite yet what it is that he is being handled and orchestrated around."
  • Pamela Melroy in San Diego Union Tribune
    To me, that's one of the best parts about it,said Melroy, a retired Air Force colonel who will be only the second woman to command a space shuttle flight. "This is not something that was planned or orchestrated in any way."

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