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    1. I recently rang the Hospital to arrange a meeting to clarify a number of points – arranging this transpired to be more difficult than I had ever 35

    2. Many are set up to save taxes and arrange funds for activities that have no connection to the aims and objectives

    3. You know, get the crate, arrange shipping, like that

    4. oh shit! Stephen didn’t say if he had managed to arrange one for tomorrow

    5. At weekends I even arrange friendly meetings and outings, where we are all present: Dimitri, Mandy and I; sometimes my sister comes along too

    6. There was quite a big herd of karga brought in that day and he had to arrange extra haulage, a Nightday trip for more brining jars and a celebration to be had in the native tradition at the end of the next week when the last of the jars was finally transported off

    7. At ten thirty, the official coffee break in his office, he telephoned Kara to say that he’d pulled it off and that it would be safe for her to arrange transport for Thursday or Friday

    8. ‘If you would come with me, I shall arrange for the appropriate receipts

    9. He’d pass their details to Lorenze and between her and Bazilda they’d concoct the papers and arrange transport

    10. 'I think the simplest way to repair the rift would be to tell her you would be delighted if she would arrange a formal family christening ceremony

    11. Arrange to meet your date's children at a

    12. You can take photos of the two of you from throughout the relationship and arrange them

    13. Now let's sit all together!' - and we had to arrange the tables in a circle

    14. And if you want, I can arrange for a documentary crew to accompany you every step of the way”

    15. ‘Ben, is there anything you’ve got arranged in the next few weekends? Only, we need to go up to the house in North Wales to sort furniture and I’m trying to arrange a date

    16. Fred will arrange the stay

    17. ‘May I get the business over and done with first, Gary?’ Jo continued, ‘We need to sort out the tenancy agreement on the two cottages – can I give you a ring and arrange to come and see you? I gather that there’s something going on round here on Tuesday,’ she said with a cheeky glance in my direction, ‘but after that should be clear

    18. “How did you ever arrange that?”

    19. I shall arrange for it to be sent to you at the magazine, Miss Grey

    20. They unanimously agreed that I would stay in the Den and they would arrange care

    21. He approved idea of me staying in Den, will arrange necessary care

    22. arrange payment for us all in the morning

    23. The doctor orders a blood count, blood sugars, paracetamol and aspirin, and makes a call to arrange an immediate CT scan

    24. “We can arrange quarters at your convenience below the hundredth,” Althart told her

    25. “And I would later arrange for my reports to be communicated back

    26. ‘I think we can arrange all of that, Abi, once Easter’s out of the way

    27. Harry knew, in some depth, what Chloe's response would be to that suggestion, and without hesitation he offered to arrange their stay at the Livingson Bungalow Lodges

    28. Grundy had contacts in that field and assured Harry he would endeavor to arrange tutelage should it come to that

    29. Strenhowell had said, “However should you find that it is insufficient, we will arrange for semi-annual appraisals of your contributions to this firm and amend your compensation accordingly

    30. arrange to meet him – either in the woods or anywhere

    31. Harold and Jameson were conscripted to arrange their last evening's entertainment, while Kaitlyn was delighted to insist she remain with Hannah in her rooms

    32. You will be placed in perpetual sleep mode while the Silent-Ones arrange your future

    33. Give me a phone call when you get the visa and I'll arrange the plane trip

    34. credit card and demanded she arrange things so I could

    35. ‘We could arrange

    36. on funds, so couldn’t arrange mikes; I hope that is okay

    37. You can arrange a fixed fee, or give

    38. Fortunately Zarko had contacts with the royal family and Xonia promised to arrange it

    39. “I’ll arrange for you to have an audience with Arioch, Chief of the Royal Bodyguard, before tomorrow,” Zarko promised

    40. Zarko promised to arrange for Crissy’s mother to visit his mother, and then he’d bring Crissy and Mitzka to sleep over so that they could visit together

    41. It was never easy to arrange these visits as special security had to be organised for the queen and her entourage when they left the palace estate to enter the city

    42. And try to let all of the pieces of the enduring puzzle arrange themselves of their own accord

    43. ” The plan was a simple one, inspired by their recent talk of the Tahoe in part; but then with the advent of the tangle-tossers new ranges as a tool in their arsenal, they had a lot to arrange in a short amount of time

    44. I will call you in a few days to arrange an interview at a time convenient to you

    45. When he leaves I want you to immediately arrange for pickup, preferably first thing in the morning

    46. They might continue in this manner, for a long time, merely to multiply the number of those maxims of prudence and morality, without even attempting to arrange them in any very distinct or methodical order, much less to connect them together by one or more general principles, from which they were all deducible, like effects from their natural causes

    47. The maxims of common life were arranged in some methodical order, and connected together by a few common principles, in the same manner as they had attempted to arrange and connect the phenomena of nature

    48. "I could arrange all that myself

    49. You could arrange security cards, find a couple of Telehouse engineers,

    50. soon as he could arrange a meeting, he met with the Fraser,

    1. The instructor has given up on her, would rather she didn’t stay and wilt the beautiful bouquet he has arranged in his studio

    2. Liz arrives good and early, as we arranged yesterday, and I soon pack her and Stephen off to the local DIY shop to buy paint for the walls

    3. We have arranged for redirection, but you know how the Post Office is sometimes

    4. arranged it with the guards

    5. “Thanks, Yvonne, but I have already arranged that with Martha, one of my colleagues; I can't go back on my promise now,” she replied fast

    6. I had almost forgotten about it until yesterday afternoon, when she called me and we arranged to meet in the centre of Athens this evening

    7. We arranged to meet at his office in Janus as soon as possible, that is tomorrow; I am starting lessons on Friday

    8. I tell him about Janet and how she’d offered to tell everyone and how she’d arranged the meeting with the residents and how terribly kind they had been

    9. There was no cargo arranged at Bostok this trip so Vyinga had no reason to go up that way

    10. Soon she could see there were three, arranged in a triangle

    11. arranged for the refreshments, they spoke about the

    12. The interior of the compound was a pleasant open circle of well-maintained grass dissected by gravelled paths around which the four two-storey warehouses were arranged

    13. Everything was arranged with Fred, they would

    14. Wiesse has arranged for me to be supplied with a neat backpack for daily use and a holdall for all the other stuff

    15. Catwhiskers had arranged the workshop into a track that allowed

    16. and all arranged by the Frost Queen,

    17. There was a bookcase and all the books were arranged according to size

    18. After some serious puffing and panting, we eventually arranged them around a bench in the departure lounge where she settled like an old mother hen on her eggs

    19. And although his taxi had a very impressive array of icons, holy pictures, crucifixes and little religious plaques arranged around the windscreen, there was nothing to dispel my fear that at any moment we'd be sailing through the air, over the cliffs and down, down, down into the sea

    20. Sam had arranged a small feast and a cheery welcome for them

    21. I’ve arranged for someone to drop them in of a morning”

    22. The next morning the young man rang a local florist and arranged for a bouquet of the finest mixed winter blooms to be sent round to her house, hoping that she would be shocked, surprised and then intrigued by this wonderful gift

    23. Today they were arranged on the far side of the room like a bridge in a fictional starship

    24. He was sure that Jake had arranged this

    25. We’d arranged that he’d come over on Thursday evening at about 8

    26. Friday takes its usual hectic course; I get home before the kids, which is unusual, but within ten minutes they arrive home (the bus, it would appear was held up en route) and I outline what’s been arranged

    27. It was said in some quarters that the drama of the finale had been arranged as the final coup de grace in the search for the ultimate televisual experience

    28. Every morning the young man’s mother delivered a lovely tray of tea and toast to his bedroom and as the exhausted but glowing couple lay in the king size love nest that had been especially arranged for them, the young man’s dear old mother asked each young lady in turn if she would give her a hand with the laundry

    29. What could be better? The young man and his adoring wife immediately flew to Hollywood and as soon as they arrived they telephoned the film star’s agent, who happily arranged dinner for the four of them at a swanky restaurant on the strip

    30. ‘Ben, is there anything you’ve got arranged in the next few weekends? Only, we need to go up to the house in North Wales to sort furniture and I’m trying to arrange a date

    31. I’ve arranged to have the day off … Gary is now in mourning at the possibility of losing his secretary!’

    32. He arranged the trunk on the floor

    33. Marriages had been arranged carefully, and at great expense, to ensure the line flowed purely

    34. Karen turns up as arranged to collect Jake and, on impulse, I invite her in

    35. At least he arranged for his benefits to cover her, in spite of the fact that she disowned him

    36. atoms can be arranged to make molecules that we call

    37. the first time, he called her and arranged to meet her in private at a

    38. He greets me with the glad news that Karen’s just remembered that his car has to go in for its MOT before the end of the week and that he has therefore arranged with his garage to do it first thing tomorrow

    39. That went well … Sue’s a capable lady, I think it’ll work out, though I’m really going to miss Anna – do you know she’s been with me for nearly nineteen years! Amazing – I don’t feel that old! Earlier in the week, I’d arranged with Anna that I’d take her out for lunch today but what I didn’t tell her was that most of the office would be coming with us

    40. her ‘At Risk’ register and arranged with the mother to call back in a

    41. Alexei would have been very surprised to learn that Lady Tara had spotted him an hour before, and that she had arranged to ‘bump’ into him

    42. She had also arranged an invitation to join Lord Tarak’s party to the festivities at Sea Hold that evening

    43. Ted drove into town and arranged to meet the fruit dealer

    44. arranged visits to his orchards for the great and the good and started

    45. While I cook, I give thought to what I shall do with this weekend? Typical! Easter weekend - the only long weekend of the year, and the man in my life is going to spend it with friends of his in the north of England! Still, he was very apologetic and it has been arranged for months so I can't really complain

    46. the drama of the finale had been arranged as the final coup de grace

    47. size love nest that had been especially arranged for them, the young

    48. Miss Danvers had arranged everything chronologically and stored it in envelope files

    49. Then a friend arranged a part-time clerical position in the State Probation Office

    50. He started using condoms, but then he arranged for the nurse to inject me with a long lasting birth control drug

    1. Conclusion: From now on Themis is not only uninterested in me but he also ignores me completely! A week later I will repeat the magic ritual -in vain; I could as well say the situation is getting worse and worse: Now Themis is courting all women in our class except me, especially when I am present! He is flirting everyone but me! He even arranges outings or day trips with them in such an ostentatious manner that I -as well as the whole gym- can hear everything; needless to say, I am never given the chance to be a member of that enviable party

    2. Chattering to herself, she arranges the food on the table for us and offers to take our boots downstairs to dry them off with straw in them

    3. the cycles the monster arranges

    4. Honesty in Lord’s Glory arranges now tunes of my father the singer

    5. Before leaving, Zachary arranges for a chauffeur to drop us home afterwards

    6. “It’s becoming a normal occurrence in the classroom that a classmate arranges a meeting for a student with the boss, say, if they have an opening for a director

    7. He uses colored flyers, invites clients to join a membership he forms, arranges for entertainment at business seminars

    8. He meets with the Taliban ruler of the Khyber agency of FATA and arranges for protection and payments

    9. WRITERSWORLD arranges with the printer to send the five

    10. It arranges the

    11. and adds so much and arranges everything in such a way that even a sheep rape expert will be fooled most of the

    12. “So Stratavynski arranges for the arms shipment through Spalding who had given him the information on the water treatment plant and water system

    13. She cuts the rest of her pancakes into small chunks and arranges them into a smiley face

    14. Nothing! Finally, the Great Troll Philosopher here arranges a really

    15. A woman chooses not to carry a gestating life inside her to term—her reasons don’t matter—and she arranges for an abortion

    16. This awareness arranges itself into organs of care to attend to the ills of Earth, both as body and mind

    17. But there is no problem even if this god was blind and thoughtless since it creates conscious creatures and arranges everything in a rational way of perfect accuracy, excellence and integration!

    18. If only you have sensed the Omnipotence or realized that Al'lah is the Subduer over His obedients knowing scientifically that He arranges matters within a straight path, you shall never be afraid of this sword aimed at you if you have been straight

    19. After a brief consultation with Nick Stone, who agrees to investigate the woman’s situation, Luke emails her back, and arranges a place for them to meet safely under Nick Stone’s surveillance and protection detail

    20. It is He who arranges for the emotional and

    21. obvious, so she arranges for Kato to drop by later with some newspaper stories she wants her to look at

    22. What are those qualities of hair that are amenable to expression in stone? Obviously they are few, and confined chiefly to the mass forms in which the hair arranges itself

    23. and in metaphysical terms it is that which arranges matter and creates reality according to

    24. That night they reached the very heart of the Sierra Morena, where it seemed prudent to Sancho to pass the night and even some days, at least as many as the stores he carried might last, and so they encamped between two rocks and among some cork trees; but fatal destiny, which, according to the opinion of those who have not the light of the true faith, directs, arranges, and settles everything in its own way, so ordered it that Gines de Pasamonte, the famous knave and thief who by the virtue and madness of Don Quixote had been released from the chain, driven by fear of the Holy Brotherhood, which he had good reason to dread, resolved to take hiding in the mountains; and his fate and fear led him to the same spot to which Don Quixote and Sancho Panza had been led by theirs, just in time to recognise them and leave them to fall asleep: and as the wicked are always ungrateful, and necessity leads to evildoing, and immediate advantage overcomes all considerations of the future, Gines, who was neither grateful nor well-principled, made up his mind to steal Sancho Panza's ass, not troubling himself about Rocinante, as being a prize that was no good either to pledge or sell

    25. A school representative in a black uniform arranges them in ranks four deep

    26. He has a wife who suffers his absences without complaint, and who arranges porcelain kittens by color, lightest to darkest, on two different shelves in their drawing room in Stuttgart

    27. She arranges her face into a pout and examines her reflection in the mirror

    28. ‘Yes, time will pass; time, which arranges all things, and the old relations will be reestablished,’ Alexey Alexandrovitch told himself; ‘so far reestablished, that is, that I shall not be sensible of a break in the continuity of my life

    29. Then his wife busies herself, grows passionately fond of handling coin, gets her fingers covered with verdigris in the process, undertakes the education of half-share tenants and the training of farmers, convokes lawyers, presides over notaries, harangues scriveners, visits limbs of the law, follows lawsuits, draws up leases, dictates contracts, feels herself the sovereign, sells, buys, regulates, promises and compromises, binds fast and annuls, yields, concedes and retrocedes, arranges, disarranges, hoards, lavishes; she commits follies, a supreme and personal delight, and that consoles her

    30. "That arranges everything," said Courfeyrac

    31. "Yes, time will pass; time, which arranges all things, and the old relations will be reestablished," Alexey Alexandrovitch told himself; "so far reestablished, that is, that I shall not be sensible of a break in the continuity of my life

    32. And so this man, without the least compunction, and without any misgivings as to his being believed, arranges an agricultural exhibition, or a temperance society, or through his wife and children sends jackets and soup to three old women, and in his family, in drawing-rooms, committees, the press, boldly preaches the Gospel or humane love of one's neighbour in general, and of that working agricultural class in particular which he constantly torments and oppresses

    1. I recently rang the Hospital to arrange a meeting to clarify a number of points – arranging this transpired to be more difficult than I had ever 35

    2. ‘It’s a hell of a job arranging a village fete

    3. I’d been a mess when I heard about the accident, refusing to believe it was true … Dan had been great, liaising with the authorities for me and arranging for their bodies to be brought home from Spain and everything

    4. doostEr pondered the idea that this Ava, who deleted herself from search engines, could be aiding her old lover in stealing the cargo from its rightful owner who was deeper in the chaparral? It could be that Ava was arranging to have the cargo hijacked as it went by? He was suspicious of that Sorceress because of the deletions from his searches

    5. He wondered how Diam was arranging to cover other sensors, because too-late Bahkmar realized that they had to encapsulate all the ships instrumentation to keep the crew from noticing the effects of their intervention

    6. So what are the facts? An operation arranging illegal immigration of undesirables (according to Renald Forhamm) ostensibly organised from Earth with well-placed contacts across on Errd, a suspicious Errdian in a position of some power in London, Earth, who is upset by the arrival of an agent of the Secret Guild on his patch … and come to think of it, he’d not liked the fact you were coming to this part of the country

    7. By arranging the suits, shirts, blouses and skirts by label, size and colour she managed to shift most of the better items to middle class bargain hunters and a good deal of the less fashionable items to the local student population

    8. ’ I said, arranging the blanket the woman has left for me so that it covers me decently and praying that it will stay put

    9. Arranging all of this was no problem because Ted knew the fruit

    10. They were still planting and arranging beds when a few of the guests returned to their quarters preparing to freshen up for the evening's dining occasions

    11. “I heard some rumors about an Internal Investigation,” Enjteen said, “concerning the circumstances pertaining to arranging a shonggot overdose to profit from the availability of a certain body

    12. I’d busied myself putting the phone down and tidying one or two papers on the heap … trying very hard to behave as though it was a perfectly normal occurrence for me to have phone conversations with men arranging dinner dates … I failed

    13. Then he thought, he had told many people with eye connections that he suspected someone at the Kassikan of arranging Tdeshi’s overdose

    14. Luray was probably arranging them alternate lodging to the nice guest house she talked about finding earlier

    15. Then there was the tricky matter of twisting it at the waist and arranging its folds while the Master watched

    16. Five year old Veronica sat cross legged on the sunny tiles arranging her doll’s horsehair tresses with a pretty little comb made out of ivory

    17. Flower arranging made such a nice change from his usual male-dominated life

    18. A breeze drifted in and played with her hair, arranging it over her shoulders as she approached him

    19. She was far too busy arranging time to „work a deal" for Lady Gaga (a muddle-headed entertainer of the transvestite persuasion) to engage in an appearance at Europride, a homosexual-rights festival

    20. By arranging these excursions as the guards were changing, Soffen ensured that when she returned alone the guards would be none the wiser

    21. After arranging to dispose of the body, he went to check on the rest of his flock

    22. In the while that Caroline had been arranging the trip, she’d met Angel, the owner of their hotel, whose sideline was real estate

    23. Lesser officials busied themselves with arranging communiques, writing down orders and manifests and then calling for couriers or perhaps taking it upon themselves to forward the appropriate documents and even matériel to their intended recipients

    24. Laino had been busy with calming the army and arranging the gathering and burning of the enemy corpses

    25. I was persuaded to join the Library, the Lecture Society (addressing everything including History, Anthropology, Medicine and more); to attend a course on Ikebana (the Art of Japanese Flower Arranging) - this notion had annoyed me at first but my friend with the improbable name of Bubbles convinced me that I'd benefit, and I did

    26. An editor for the church magazine was needed, so I took it over, revising it completely and arranging for its production

    27. Johanna is arranging transportation for those who want to leave the city

    28. Dr Clarke was busy at her desk arranging therapy sessions for the week ahead

    29. I pretty much spent my eight-hour shift arranging juices, milk, creamer, and all the other products that needed replacing today

    30. They quickly turned around, pretending they were still arranging the house

    31. He was none other than the ex-director of a renowned TV station; who had a major say in arranging concerts in top sabhas in Chennai; who had nurtured top talents; and who still takes pride in spotting right talents

    32. 6 And when they returned, king Arad was still arranging his host for battle against the Israelites


    34. Maxx has made different pieces of dough, and he’s now arranging them in the refrigerator

    35. Recognizing that it was wise to busy themselves in such activities, he began arranging sausages in a pan for heating in the oven

    36. Rothschilds (1) to demonstrate loyalty to Austria by arranging war funding, (2) to grow their fortune as a result of such funding, and (3) to win the confidence of the emperor and Metternich

    37. As we noted, this respect was the basis for Oliver Cromwell’s arranging for Jews to be readmitted to

    38. On arranging or participating in events that involve cruelty towards animals, the same

    39. 6 And when they returned king Arad was still arranging his host for battle against the Israelites

    40. While the parents of my Kyrgyz girlfriends talked about arranging

    41. We’re arranging matters here like death certificate, and all those stuffs

    42. She and Marjie got along very well and at times worked together on projects such as arranging silk flowers

    43. Kerim had been busy arranging accommodations for Gabriel and himself

    44. He heard footsteps and, by scooting over and arranging his head in such a way, Calvin caught glimpses of familiar faces marching with hands on their heads between forceful Rotham guards who—despite their height disadvantage—looked vicious and domineering

    45. It did not take long for him to work out a routine for finding girls that fitted Jacob's criteria and arranging for them to be transported to the Abraham clinic

    46. Now the price for my arranging the words for you is about ten minutes of your time to read this section carefully, because it has important implications for your happiness

    47. dream, as I had watched the men arranging the room, I had known that Judson had been

    48. Arranging photographs in your album

    49. On the other hand, delayed closure during an arranging exercise is the equally unhelpful

    50. He was arranging details on our stay in the hotel

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