judiciously arranged

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  • As a military plan, I believe it has been judiciously arranged. Cited from Selected Speeches on British Foreign Policy 1738-1914, by Edgar Jones
  • But if judiciously arranged in the plan of their construction, and well managed during the operations of the siege, they contribute very materially to the length of the defence. Cited from Elements of Military Art and Science, by Henry Wager Halleck
  • "Well!" he observed, surveying her in the soft glow of the reception-room lighted by wall candles judiciously arranged. Cited from The Titan, by Theodore Dreiser
  • Powerful electro-magnets, judiciously arranged, must make powerful motors. Cited from Scientific American Sup. No. 430, by Various
  • The dalesmen looked after his retreating figure, and as the door of the inner room closed, they heard his metallic voice ask if the deceased had judiciously arranged his temporal affairs. Cited from The Shadow of a Crime, by Hall Caine
  • You may send cards to six receptions, and get out of six afternoons of misery and indigestion by one judiciously arranged dinner -- if you don't mix your people. Cited from At Home with the Jardines, by Lilian Bell
  • Doubtless a pleasant exchange and a grateful deliverance, if only we could persuade ourselves that a hundred pages of judiciously arranged demonstrations could really and indeed have worked it for us. Cited from Froude's Essays in Literature and History, by James Froude
  • The Duke's army was judiciously arranged, so as to enable him to concentrate troops on any one of these roads sufficiently in advance of Brussels to check an assailing enemy. Cited from The Fifteen Decisive Battles of The World, Creasy
  • Owing to the large amount of free acid present, the temperature must fall considerably before the separation of silver sulphate commences, and sufficient time may be allowed for settling if the intermediate vessel be judiciously arranged. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, Vol. XXXII, No. 819, Sep. 12, 1891
  • Near the top I found steps regularly formed with large loose stones, which must have been brought from below, and so judiciously arranged along the declivity, that they have resisted the devastations of time, and may still serve for ascending. Cited from Syria and the Holy Land, by John Burckhardt
  • When in his favorite dress of blue-grey homespun, which he judiciously arranged (for Belhash was a Squire), no greater functionary lived on the island; that is, in his well-developed opinion of himself! Cited from The Adventures of My Cousin Smooth, by Timothy Templeton
  • The bottomless of scepticism, atheism, Jacobinism, behold it is thatched over, hidden from your despair, by stage-properties judiciously arranged. Cited from Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 333, July 1843, Vol. 54
  • Miss Woolmer lived in a tiny low one, close to the road, where, from her upstairs floor, she saw all that came and went, and, intellectual woman as she certainly was, she thoroughly enjoyed watching her neighbours, as by judiciously-arranged looking-glasses, she could do all up and down the street. Cited from My Young Alcides, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • If judiciously arranged it contains everything the traveller can want -- a library, a cellar, a soda-water range, a wardrobe, a kitchen; in fact, there is no limit to the elasticity of a palkee. Cited from A Journey to Katmandu, by Laurence Oliphant
  • It would seem as though, from the daily intercourse of several thousand Clergymen, such materials, of the character contemplated, might be furnished, as, if well condensed and judiciously arranged in an elegant Periodical, would not fail to be read with intense and general interest. Cited from The National Preacher, Vol. 2 No. 7 Dec. 1827, by Leland and Baldwin
  • The Bottomless of Scepticism, Atheism, Jacobinism, behold, it is thatched over, hidden from your despair, by stage-properties judiciously arranged. Cited from Past and Present, by Thomas Carlyle
  • Ten years later the Benham Home Beautifying Society took in hand the Nye and those who drained into it, and by means of garbage consumers, disinfectants, and filters and judiciously arranged shrubbery converted its channel and banks into quite a respectable citizens' paradise. Cited from Unleavened Bread, by Robert Grant