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make arrangements for someone

to plan accommodations for someone. John is coming for a visit next week. Please make arrangements for him at the hotel. I will make arrangements for everyone when I call the hotel.
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make arrangements to do something

to plan to do something; to facilitate the doing of something. Please make arrangements to have all this stuff hauled away. We will make arrangements to be there on time.
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make arrangements (with someone) (for something)

to make plans with someone for something. I will make arrangements with Fred for the loan. We can make arrangements for a car with the manager.
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make the arrangements

Euph. to arrange a funeral. A funeral services practitioner will be happy to help you make the arrangements. When my father died, I was the one who made the arrangements.
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make arrangements for

Plan or prepare for someone or something, as in Who is making all the arrangements for our sales meeting? This expression employs arrangements in the sense of "measures or preparations for a particular purpose," a usage dating from the late 1700s.
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April 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Edible Arrangements has something new for moms this year and if history is any indication, a record number of mothers nationwide will celebrate their special day enjoying gourmet chocolate-dipped strawberries or one of the many hand-sculpted fresh fruit bouquets available from the pioneer and leader in fresh fruit arrangements.
the phrase 'reimbursement or other expense allowance arrangement' means an arrangement that meets the requirements of paragraphs (d) (business connection), (e) (substantiation), and (f) (returning amounts in excess of expenses) of this section.
Although Held uses a small seedless watermelon, halved lengthwise in the fruit salad-floral arrangement, he suggests using a large, full-size watermelon if you're planning to serve a large crowd.
Cross licensing arrangements generally involve two parties licensing a group of patents or other intellectual property.
There is no independent verification of cost savings, quality of care indicators, or other essential aspects of the arrangement.
Assets set aside (directly or indirectly) in a trust or similar arrangement to pay NQDC are treated as property transferred in connection with the performance of services under section 83 at the time they are set aside if the assets (or the trust holding them) are located outside the United States or are later transferred outside the United States.
The sphere-packing problem, by contrast, asks what arrangement of spheres can fit most densely into all of space.
Also, an arrangement entered into on or before the final regulations are published that is subsequently materially modified is treated as a new arrangement entered into on the modification date.
Specifically, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) said that the determinative factor in evaluating such arrangements is whether the arrangement makes sense standing on its own without any other referrals between the parties.
Under such an arrangement, a New York broker is permitted to perform brokerage services in a foreign state even without a license.
This shared services arrangement is implemented under a shared services contract setting forth the services, personnel, and equipment to be provided by the hospital to the subacute provider and fees charged.
Comprehensive discussion of the information that clients will need to bring to the table to best utilize alternative fee arrangements, the challenges of maintaining budget certainty in the face of sudden changes in the scope of the litigation, and risk management and project management as essential tools for a successful alternative fee arrangement
As the originator and industry leader of delicious, healthy and creatively designed fruit arrangements, we are thrilled to provide an exclusive arrangement at a special price for the Taste of Home audience," said Tariq Farid, founder and CEO of Edible Arrangements.
Although the risk of abuse of a severance provision is obviously much more significant in the case of a voluntary termination, Treasury's view is that Congress intended to cover both voluntary and involuntary terminations, because either type could reasonably be part of a predetermined arrangement for deferral of compensation.
Book "interest" accruals or investment earnings credits were permitted, as long as the arrangement remained unfunded and unsecured.