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prepare someone or something for something

to get someone or something ready for something. I prepared her for her trip by going over her itinerary. I prepared the garden for planting.
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prepare someone for something

to build someone up for shocking news. I went in and had a talk with her to prepare her for the report. You should prepare yourself for the worst.
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But as an example, we are already building supplies of Quadris to prepare for rust.
Another way the counselor could have helped me prepare for the work force was to help me find at least one person with a disability in the field to serve as a role model.
Governed by volunteers and supported by community donations, your American Red Cross Bay Area helps residents in six counties prepare for disasters, recover from them and connect U.
and prepare for sentencing,'' Bloom stated in court records.
LOS ANGELES -- Californians believe that their state is prone to disasters, but see little motivation to prepare for nature's crushing blows, a new poll has found.
It's that old saying, you prepare for the worst and hope for the best,'' he said.
This commitment will reach the millions of shoppers who visit their local store each week and encourage them to take the necessary steps to prepare for an emergency.
Today, The Allstate Foundation awarded the Harris County Citizen Corps a $100,000 grant to further its mission of training citizens how to prepare for and respond to an emergency disaster, whether natural or manmade.
This report confirms that we have taken many of the right steps to put in place the supports that help all students prepare for higher education," said Harvey.
Children normally learn the Three R's in school, but the mascot of the San Jose Earthquakes soccer team added a fourth "R" to preschoolers' curriculum today by teaching them to prepare for Rumblers.
KIHEI, Hawaii -- The Pacific Disaster Center (PDC) today announced its collaboration on a new technology that provides governments, local agencies, and public/private institutions with the ability to better plan and prepare for a wide variety of emergencies.
Fortunately insurance is available to help people protect what they have today and prepare for the future," Sylla said.
Nextel Urges Businesses And Individuals To Prepare For Emergencies
The storm front that brought pummeling rain and hail to Southern California Wednesday should serve as a warning to homeowners to prepare for a wet winter.
Emergency Visions LLC, provider of the "ResponseVision" complete consequence management solution for communities and private sector organizations, today announced the availability of a series of training curricula which educate hospitals and public health agencies on how to prepare for, and respond to, emergency situations, including bioterrorism.