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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. To compose or arrange music for performance by an orchestra.
2. To arrange elements of a situation to achieve a desired result.
From Latin orchestra, from Greek orkhestra, from orkheisthai (to dance). Earliest documented use: 1858.
“Nonetheless, the fact remains that a deception took place; Rebecca orchestrated it and Jacob perpetrated it.”
Shlomo Riskin; Human Accident, Divine Plan; Jerusalem Post (Israel); Nov 12, 1999.
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