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noun as in an understanding

noun as in musical adaptation

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Trading and lending arrangements are overseen by so-called smart contracts, which serve to enforce whatever deal—perhaps a 6 month loan at 5% interest—two parties have struck on the platform.

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This sort of arrangement also allows the company to continue to bolster its shipping operation.

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Dice that are connected by an edge represent tiles that are connected without sharing a face — exactly the kind of tiling arrangement needed to disprove Keller’s conjecture.

Cisterra eventually managed to persuade both parties to come to the table and to agree to a new arrangement.

They had their own local theories about why this was a commonsensical arrangement, but no one seemed to believe that these roles had anything to do with inherent personality.

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King agreed to this arrangement but did not reveal it to his followers.

The joint bank account and the leasing arrangement also stayed the same.

He had made an arrangement with Barclay H. Warburton, owner of the Philadelphia Evening Telegraph.

I was making a fair amount of mistakes trying to learn the arrangement while playing along with the band.

Frequently they are found in alveolar arrangement, retaining the original outline of the alveoli of the lung (Fig. 4, b).

Aristide replaced the baby, and with a complicated arrangement of string fastened it securely to the seat.

And remember it is by our hypothesis the best possible form and arrangement of that lesson.

I asked him to tell me how he produced a certain effect he makes in his arrangement of the ballad in Wagner's Flying Dutchman.

The myth of "Boreas and Orithyia," though faulty perhaps in technique, is good in conception and arrangement.


On this page you'll find 153 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to arrangement, such as: adjustment, agreement, compromise, deal, package, and plan.

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