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Oh and we do offer to arrange special trips if

Now beyond the car park all the buildings are arranged in a half circle with a yard in the middle

You have to arrange your own lunch

we have various arrangements And would you be interested in us taking your present car as part exchange

Fine Just let me know which date and I'll arrange it with the tutor

Yes your tutor will need to arrange with the technical support team for you to get a password

Fine So it's probably easiest if I pay by cheque Now then what else do I need to arrange

He will also go through the security arrangements with you and show you the fire exits

On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold the money arranged in little piles of varying amount

The rest I arranged myself during my visit to Baker Street this afternoon

How How could he arrange a meeting It was a week before he saw her again in the canteen

Winston had about a minute to arrange something with the girl

Five minutes after the time they had arranged Winston saw the girl near Big Brother's picture but it was not safe to move closer to her yet there were not enough people around

I was helping Catherine to arrange her hair, as she had invited Edgar Linton to visit her while Hindley was absent

Don't compare my feeling for her with his! No, Ellen, before you leave this house, I'll make you promise to arrange a meeting for me with Catherine

and we require that you arrange this when you make your holiday reservation

Great Well, would you like me to arrange an interview for you? Say, Friday morning, around ten?

He asked me to send for his lawyer, to make arrangements so that Cathy would not lose all her inheritance

Of course, if she married again, she could leave that house, but I can't arrange that

Mrs. Reed arranged for me to leave on the nineteenth of January.

I have said again and again that hair must be arranged modestly and plainly.

I wanted desperately to be with him, to comfort him, but somehow I made myself keep walking, and when a coach passed, I arranged to travel on it as far as my money would pay for.

It would be a fair and just arrangement, and we would all be happy.

Then Lucie said to Mr Lorry, I think we should leave Paris at once. Can you arrange it?

While Mr Lorry and Defarge went to arrange for a coach to take them out of Paris, Lucie sat with her father.

You'll have to arrange every, thing at once. Go down to the hotel office now. You will be too busy to feel unhappy.

I'll tell her we are getting married very soon. We'll have a quiet wedding. Everything can be arranged in a few days.

I'm going downstairs to arrange about her train. I don't want her to come to the wedding.

The rooms here have been specially arranged for you.

Hundreds of them were brought in from the garden and Mrs Danvers knew exactly how to arrange them.

As I began to arrange the flowers, there was a knock at the door. It was Mrs Danvers, holding the menu in her hand.

He was there just to arrange a date for an operation on a cataract that had appeared in his one remaining eye,

the hour of their meeting had been arranged with precision.

Her name's Jane Urwin, that's U R W I N, and she'll probably arrange to meet you.

Well, if you want to ask about the job and then if we're both still interested, we could arrange for you to come for an interview.

Yes. I've just been accepted on a course at the university and I'd like to try and arrange accommodation in the hall of residence.

Children's activities are often arranged there, like bread making and face painting.

Let's arrange next month's now. Let's see, I can see you virtually any time during the week starting 22nd January.

the counting of the tricks, with the order of their arrangement; embarrassment, hesitation, eagerness or trepidation all afford, to his apparently intuitive perception, indications of the true state of affairs.

It was at length arranged that we should live together during my stay in the city;