prearrangement


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pre·ar·range

 (prē′ə-rānj′)
tr.v. pre·ar·ranged, pre·ar·rang·ing, pre·ar·rang·es
To arrange in advance.

pre′ar·range′ment n.

prearrangement

(ˌpriːəˈreɪndʒmənt)
n
the arrangement in advance, the act of arranging or condition of being arranged beforehand
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.prearrangement - something arranged in advance
arrangement, agreement - the thing arranged or agreed to; "they made arrangements to meet in Chicago"
reservation - something reserved in advance (as a hotel accommodation or a seat on a plane etc.)
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prearrangement

[ˌpriːəˈreɪndʒmənt] N by prearrangementpor previo acuerdo
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But there was nothing systematic about the programme, no appearance of prearrangement nor even premeditation.
Yet at least we can admire the wise Prearrangement which has ordained that, as they have no hopes, so they shall have no memory to recall, and no forethought to anticipate, the miseries and humiliations which are at once a necessity of their existence and the basis of the constitution of Flatland.
Eltons get acquaintedthey do indeedand really it is strange; it is out of the common course that what is so evidently, so palpably desirablewhat courts the prearrangement of other people, should so immediately shape itself into the proper form.
For instance, if a taxpayer contributes substantially appreciated property, and later reacquires it from the charity under a prearrangement, or if the charity sells the appreciated property and uses the proceeds to purchase other property from the taxpayer under a similar arrangement, the taxpayer recognizes gain on the contribution.
This required complicated prearrangement through family members in El Fasher, the capital city of north Darfur.
And with respect to independent expenditures by third parties, the "absence of prearrangement and coordination .
39) "Once within the [United States], [undocumented immigrants] seek to travel inland to areas where employment is believed to be available, frequently meeting by prearrangement with friends or professional smugglers who transport them in private vehicles.
Declaring that a nuclear warhead explosion test and a test-fire of several kinds of ballistic rockets able to carry nuclear warheads will be conducted in a short time to further enhance the reliance of nuclear attack capability, he (Kim) instructed the relevant section to make prearrangement for them to the last detail," the agency said.
16(pp255-279) 31) Specifically, there has been increased emphasis on predeployment planning, mobility, prepositioning of supplies in regional depots, prearrangement of transport, improved intelligence, and enhancement of early warning systems.
The majority pointed out that in Buckley, the Court had already invalidated a previous ban on independent electioneering expenditures because the state's interest in the "prevention of corruption and the appearance of corruption" was not met in "[t]he absence of prearrangement and coordination.
The play culminates in an absurd trial, where, by prearrangement, Pathelin's star witness, a shepherd, does nothing but bleat, enabling Pathelin to escape the charge of theft even as he demonstrates his command of legal rhetoric.
By prearrangement, community descendant, site director, and Illinois Parks and Memorials Historian Ronald Nelson met me at the ornate church.