Rangement

Range´ment

    (rānj´ment)
n.1.Arrangement.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Ethiopia's federal ar- rangement grants each region the right to its own security forces alongside Ethio- pia's federal army, the Ethiopian National Defence Force (ENDF), which is undergoing reform.
Parmi ailleurs, on peut aussi retenir cette question intrigante selon laquelle les medecins ont tendance a [beaucoup moins que]occulter[beaucoup plus grand que] des rapports concernant leurs collegues, soit par rangement a leur cote ou derobade de la responsabilite !
Ces recettes (du latin 'receptus' > recu), classees et fichees en differentes categories, invitent non seulement a la re-production mais egalement au classement, au rangement dans un ordre determine.
Rehema did not oppose this ar- rangement either: "I was very young, but I replied promptly that I agreed.
In a surprise announcement, the United States and Iran announced a prisoners exchange ar- rangement on the same day as the implementa- tion of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
All parties insist that the ar- rangement is more than just expedient but will result in a broadening of the agency's offering - and not just to BA.
Some patients ask for a perfect denture look or for a supernatural teeth form, shade and ar- rangement; the majority prefer a natural look and smile.
Le loppis est une invitation a venir chez les gens, ou plus exactement, dans leurs espaces de relegation ou de rangement. Car si ces objets ont mene une partie de leur existence dans la maison, il est question, a travers leur vente, de les conduire au dehors.