Some articles on arranged:
... by M.Helminen "Nolo Tengo Dinares" – Written by Mauri Sumén "Kasatchok" – Traditional, arranged by Leningrad Cowboys "Kili Watch" – Written by G ... Derse, arranged by Mauri Sumén "Wedding March" – Written by Erkki Melartin, arranged by Mauri Sumén "Matuschka" – Written by Ben Granfelt, arranged by Mauri Sumén ... Tervaharju, arranged by Mauri Sumén "I Woke Up This Morning Last Night" – Written by Leningrad Cowboys, M ...
0431 "Black and Tans" (Dominic Behan, arranged by Bojan Petrović) - 0332 "Skibbereen" (Traditional, arranged by Bojan Petrović) - 0447 "Back Home in Derry" (Bobby Sands, arranged by Bojan ...
... In an arranged marriage, the bride and groom are selected by a third party rather than by each other ... Today, arranged marriage is largely practiced in South Asia (India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka), Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia and East ... Arranged marriages are usually seen in Indian, Southeast Asian and African cultures, especially among royalty, and are usually set up by the parents or an ...
... in 3 acts (1877) Wiener Blut, Operette in 3 acts, arranged by Adolf Müller (1899) Gräfin Pepi, Operette in 3 acts, arranged by E Reiterer (1902) Tausend und eine nacht, Operette in ...
... functions mostly as an attraction, where guided tours down in the mine are arranged ... rooms in the mine, concerts and other entertainment are arranged ... In July every year, the Mine's days are arranged and in December there are Christmas markets every weekend until Christmas ...
More definitions of "arranged":
- (adj): Planned in advance.
Example: "An arranged marriage"
- (adj): Disposed or placed in a particular kind of order.
Example: "The carefully arranged chessmen"; "haphazardly arranged interlobular septa"; "comfortable chairs arranged around the fireplace"
Famous quotes containing the word arranged:
“What we take for virtue is often but an assemblage of various ambitions and activities that chance, or our own astuteness, have arranged in a certain manner; and it is not always out of courage or purity that men are brave, and women chaste.”
—François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (16131680)
“Words differently arranged have a different meaning, and meanings differently arranged have different effects.”
—Blaise Pascal (16231662)
“An old superstition: If the house is filled with dread, place the beds at head to head.”
—Willis Cooper, and Rowland V. Lee. Maid, Son of Frankenstein, explaining to Mrs. Frankenstein why the bedroom is arranged as it is. (1938)