Endonezce'da arrange things
If you want to do anything more than curl up with a good book, then you have to arrange things in advance.
Well, arranging things is your forte, isn't it, Peter?
Of course, I had to arrange things with the Home Office.
I ask you to arrange things in the future so that we discuss such matters in the Conference of Presidents in the first instance.
If the aim is to ultimately arrange things legally, then you can bet we will fall out over this.
It will obviously then be society's task to arrange things in such a way that yachtsmen can be responsible for their environment.
We have a group of experts that has come to a conclusion so that no one can say we are arranging things to our own liking.
They must arrange things so that their speakers have at least two minutes.
Have you arranged things for our departure?
If there is a Summit tomorrow, they should get up early or arrange things in some other way; but where they should be today is here.