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tr.v. or·ches·trat·ed, or·ches·trat·ing, or·ches·trates
1. To compose or arrange (music) for performance by an orchestra.
2. To arrange or control the elements of, as to achieve a desired overall effect: orchestrated a successful political campaign.

or′ches·tra′tor n.
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Adj.1.orchestrated - arranged for performance by an orchestra


adj (fig) attempt, campaigngezielt; a carefully orchestrated protesteine sorgfältig organisierte Protestaktion
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Ahmedinejad had raised the idea that "some segments within the US government orchestrated the attack to reverse the declining American economy and its grips on the Middle East, in order also to save the Zionist regime".
Summary: Rabat - The office of the House of Representatives (lower house), on Wednesday, strongly denounced the slanderous campaign orchestrated against it, and warned of the serious repercussions that may result.
They have hypocritically blamed Mugabe for the disastrous consequences of the economic sanctions engineered and orchestrated by themselves, which have brought Zimbabwe perilously close to the brink of economic and ideological collapse for which they have long striven purely from motives of self interest.
The central strategists and planners of that day were the party leaders and political bosses, who wielded most of the influence and orchestrated communication with the populace through word of mouth, banners, pamphlets and newspapers.