arrangement

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  • Info In music, an arrangement is a musical reconceptualization of a previously composed work. more...
  • Similar arrangements might have continued for many years had events not taken another course.
  • He went on to create two more arrangements of the piece in later years.
  • I did not know any of the arrangements as to how they were to leave.
  • This arrangement did not work particularly well, and was even less successful after the war was over.
  • This arrangement had been in practice since the early years of the firm up to the present.
  • American defense arrangements with Canada are more extensive than with any other country.
  • This arrangement can be seen below, with the top being north.
  • First, it is shown in the same arrangement as the lead image.
  • This is to say, it is not an arrangement of related information or data.
  • The remains are in deep store and are not generally on view to the public without prior arrangement.
  • Although the arrangements have changed over the years, it is still the same theme.
  • Different versions of a composed piece of music is referred to as an arrangement.
  • Though this was a secret arrangement, it quickly became widely known.
  • William also provided eight men of war ships and various smaller vessels as part of the marriage arrangements.
  • As such, a business arrangement was worked out with the owner.
  • Wanting to keep the situation private, they instead made a special arrangement with his parents.
  • Therefore, the arrangement as presented here is subject to change.
  • Although the arrangement set out above is the one that is most commonly understood, there are also different systems.
  • There are specific real-estate arrangements made to allow vehicles to travel from one place to another.
  • Special arrangements for cultural, social and economic benefits have been created with these sister cities.
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Words starting with arrangement

Meaning of arrangement

  • noun An orderly grouping (of things or persons) considered as a unit; the result of arranging
    a flower arrangement
  • noun An organized structure for arranging or classifying
    he changed the arrangement of the topics, the facts were familiar but it was in the organization of them that he was original, he tried to understand their system of classification
  • noun The act of arranging and adapting a piece of music