I had met him eight years earlier on my first New York session as an arranger.
Why “the arranger” of legends should have “the truthful one” ascribed to him for his mother, is easy enough to see.
Then raise the upper part of the towel, and lay it even, so that the Sewer (arranger of dishes) may make a state.
But the spirit of Dante had penetrated beyond the palpable substances of the explorer of facts, and the arranger of dates.
In most cases they conceive of some anthropomorphic being as the creator or arranger of the world.
Nature never meant him to be a plotter, an arranger of unpleasant surprises for parents.
Now, if it was prearranged, the awful fact emerges that there must have been an arranger; in other words, a creative power.
Perhaps I shall become quite famous as an arranger of flowers on great London dinner-tables.
Intelligence is only the arranger of materials already given in a chaotic condition.
As for Colonel de Neveu, he was everywhere, as the arranger of the festival.
late 14c., "draw up a line of battle," from Old French arengier (12c.), from a- "to" (see ad-) + rangier "set in a row" (Modern French ranger), from rang "rank," from Frankish *hring (see rank (n.)).
A rare word until the meaning generalized to "to place things in order" c.1780-1800. Musical sense of "adapt for other instruments or voices" is from 1808. Related: Arranged; arranging. Arranged marriage attested from 1854.