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orchestrating

verb as in organize; cause to happen

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Accusing the White House of orchestrating a “coordinated effort” to help the movement of tens of thousands of children?

His former secretary and deputy governor of Sichuan is now suspected of orchestrating the car accident.

When the Kremlin accused the State Department of orchestrating the protests, the White House nodded politely.

In northern Mali, AQIM is building a base for orchestrating more such carnage.

Owen Matthews on how he's been orchestrating his comeback all along.

His mind began unconsciously, from habit, working on it, orchestrating it.

Haydn knew what his music was, and what orchestration it wanted, and he never dreamed of over-orchestrating.

I am now arranging the revised score of Vakoula, orchestrating the new numbers and correcting the old.

It was sung in Great Russian by a man who was working outside the room in which he was engaged in orchestrating his Undine.

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On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to orchestrating, such as: coordinate, set up, manage, arrange, compose, and unify.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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