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squared away

Properly ordered, arranged, prepared, or taken care of. I'll be right behind you. There are just a couple of things I need to get squared away first. Have those applications been squared away yet? Jim's all squared away in his dorm room and ready for his college adventure to begin!
See also: away, square

squared away

arranged or properly taken care of. Is Ann squared away in her dorm room yet? I will talk to you when I am squared away.
See also: away, square

squared away

mod. straightened out. I’m not really squared away on this stuff, but I’m beginning to see the light.
See also: away, square
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“I am thrilled that Angie's List has recognized So Squared Away as a recipient of its 2012 Super Service Awards,” said Marlene Devine, founder and owner of So Squared Away.
you're all squared away now." Clearly an example of denial, to say the least.
"Jacked up" or "squared away" are matters of perspective, and I like the gritty concept imparted by this image.
"I only recommend [going IA] to other Sailors if they really [have] their stuff squared away, because you have a lot more responsibility going over there, and there is always that possibility of being killed because of irresponsibility," said Perry.
Licensors who have programs in motion for the fall selling season are under particular pressure to get designs, production and inventory squared away so they can meet commitments to major retailers.
Early P3AT problems seem to have been squared away, and the KelTecs are coming through nicer now.
It's about getting to the place early, getting everything squared away, getting your equipment ready and meditating and making sure you have a good show.
And on a hill high above the Napa Valley, Linda and Patrick Elliott-Smith, owners of tiny Elan Vineyards, were getting their paperwork squared away after January floods knocked their power out and slowed down an already glacial bureaucratic process.
Hap Arnold gave Doolittle responsibility for getting the B-26 weapon system's problems squared away. But most of the work was done by Doolittle's hand-picked man, 1st Lt.
Get squared away at the office and come ready to learn.
It's necessary you make sure your own backyard is squared away before you pass judgment on other programs throughout the command.
Monroe freely admits that his campaign treasury is "pretty much squared away at zero," but he plans to start fundraising in earnest after the RNC.
"Once Captain Shakir got the labor arrangements squared away, the rest of the operation went like clockwork," said Saieb Shakir.
"The main work is the organizational commitment, getting the business processes squared away," says Henry Morris, group rice president of applications and information access at IDC.
"Get your piece squared away and move up to search and cuff this guy, will you?