The picture dictates the arrangement.
I didn’t know how to sing it with that arrangement.
Once we had a bed frame, the arrangement was much better.
Another tells her the arrangement would be every second day.
The arrangement is thus a sort of free-trade agreement on steroids.
Further, the assets themselves are not locked into the arrangement.
The creation of two rival European presidents replicates this arrangement.
It is unclear how the arrangement was communicated to employees or how extensive it was.
(GM's pouch arrangement differs from the cylindrical battery-cell configuration that Tesla employs for its packs.)
This arrangement therefore extracts energy from waves both great and small, significantly increasing its potential.
A full and spreading arrangement of various blossoms or other plant materials might suggest summer; a sparse one, autumn.
You’ll find it very useful to know and it is easily understood for it is something like the arrangement of Fig. 14 in the preceding letter.
Among the admirers who heard the song was the young Bob Dylan, who copied Van Ronk’s arrangement when he recorded the song for his first album, in 1962.
Unlike Argentina, Greece belongs to a formal multilateral arrangement that could provide the intensive care and official finance needed to smooth the adjustment.
These scholars had apparently been unable to conceive of an arrangement other than a “missionary position” bomb, in which a solid male projectile penetrated a vessel-like female target.
Under this arrangement, de Soto believes, the Palestinian Authority could reëstablish administration of Gaza, including a police force that incorporates elements that have answered to Hamas.
A direct correlation that may exist between taste and any specific structural arrangement, however, has not yet been established; that is, it is not yet possible to predict the taste of a sugar by knowing its specific structural arrangement.
Elio, who’s trilingual (in English, French, and Italian), is a music prodigy who transcribes by ear music by Schoenberg and improvises, at the piano, a Liszt-like arrangement of a piece by Bach and a Busoni-like arrangement of the Liszt-like arrangement, and he’s literature-smitten as well.
Whereas the body musculature of fish and tail musculature of amphibians and reptiles is highly segmental—that is, a muscle segment alternates with each vertebra—an arrangement that permits the smooth passage of undulatory waves along the body, mammals are unable to produce lateral undulations because they do not have this arrangement.
Linnaeus strove for a “natural method of arrangement,” one that is now recognizable as an intuitive grasp of homologous relationships, reflecting evolutionary descent from a common ancestor; however, the natural method of arrangement sought by Linnaeus was more akin to the tenets of idealized morphology because he wanted to define a “type” form as epitomizing a species.
- the thing arranged or agreed to
Example: they made arrangements to meet in Chicago
- an orderly grouping (of things or persons) considered as a unit; the result of arranging
Example: a flower arrangement
- an organized structure for arranging or classifying
Example: he changed the arrangement of the topics
- the spatial property of the way in which something is placed
Example: the arrangement of the furniture
- a piece of music that has been adapted for performance by a particular set of voices or instruments
- the act of arranging and adapting a piece of music
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Linnaeus strove for a natural method of arrangement one that is now recognizable as an intuitive grasp of homologous relationships reflecting evolutionary descent from a common ancestor however the natural method of arrangement sought by Linnaeus was more akin to the tenets of idealized morphology because he wanted to define a type form as epitomizing a species