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arrangment

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arrangment

  1. Misspelling of arrangement.
    • (Can we date this quote?) Various, New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1[1]:
      You know that your arrangments for the fight are actually made; that already the British army is commanded by a Franco-British Council of War; that there is no possible honourable retreat for you.
    • 1922, J. G. H. Barry, Our Lady Saint Mary[2]:
      Under present social arrangments accumulated property is handed on to heirs.
    • 2008 March 17, Jon Pareles, “Southwest Festival Wraps Up Its 2,000-Course Feast”, New York Times:
      Lykke Li, a Swedish singer who delivered pop love songs with a cutting voice and wily acoustic arrangments, performed in four places on Friday alone.