prearrangement


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something arranged in advance

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In such a case, there is no valid concern over corruption because such independent expenditures are, by hypothesis, not made with any prearrangement or coordination with the candidate.
Prearrangement for this service is required and proof of ability to reimburse these funds is necessary.
They got the Guardian newspaper to back them and pay their way to Hong Kong to meet Snowden, who turned up as promised, fondling by prearrangement a Rubik's Cube.
When the US government announced its "pivot" strategy to the AsiaPacific, President Aquino, the son, as if by prearrangement, readily accepted the "rotational expanded presence" of thousands of US troops.
5 The County reserves the right to live-load trailers/containers, when necessary, by prearrangement with the Contractor.
The absence of prearrangement and coordination of an expenditure with the candidate or his agent not only undermines the value of the expenditure to the candidate, but also alleviates the danger that expenditures will be given as a quid pro quo for improper commitments from the candidate.
Although some factories are only open for tours during the working week or by prearrangement, others welcome visitors at weekends.
A strong union presence battling retrenchment in Brunei's Public Works Department and Shell's economic enclave, described as "defiant, aggressive and clearly indicative of prearrangement," was interlinked with the Partai Rakyat's extending political network.
They said liveries are being allowed to pick up fares on the street, ignoring the rule requiring a prearrangement of service, and some are even charging by the mile, even though they are not allowed to.
When the Albany NAACP President Joseph Cohen and Federation members arrived at the Public Welfare Committee meeting, the Committee presented itself as a "silent, faceless, and disinterested group, who per prearrangement sat with their backs to the" Federation members.
The early Quakers worshipped without a set liturgy or prearrangement of any kind, and without any appointed minister, believing that God would use any one of the worshippers, man or woman, as minister.
Apparently without prearrangement, two different artists in the show used live ants in making their work.
Even her manicure appointments at people's homes are subject to strict rules: "Maria Sereno could never be found in one of [the] casas decentes (decent homes) by a husband or any other adult male; instead he had to knock by prearrangement at the back door and be willing to fall into deception should one of the men arrive unexpectedly" (4.
The Court wrote, "The absence of prearrangement and coordination of an expenditure with the candidate or his agent not only undermines the value of the expenditure to the candidate, but also alleviates the danger that expenditures will be given as a quid pro quo for improper commitments from the candidate.
The cases are not in agreement on whether the decedent's retention of possession or enjoyment of, or the right to income from, property must be evidenced by an agreement, or by a prearrangement, or merely by circumstantial evidence.