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Spell check of arrangements

Correct spelling: arrangements

obligations, accords, configurations, lines, concatenations, mutual agreements, locations, intentions, processions, plots, capitulations, plans, treaties, assurances, aims, legacies, settlements, series, vows, aspects, lineages, sequences, constructions, successions, ambiences, compositions, stations, sites, bonds, blueprints, acceptances, progressions, contrivances, qualities, expectations, covenants, modes, conditions, environments, ideas, accommodations, scenes, trains, contracts, positions, guarantees, deals, circumstances, linkages, frames, ranks, groundwork, stipulations, statuses, frameworks, concordances, fabrications, formulations, concords, architectures, posts, arrays, skeletons, designs, links, provisions, situations, shapes, spots, courses, conceptions, concurrences, constitutions, compacts, buildings, standings, understandings, agreements, strings, modalities, pledges, subsequences, threads, states, chains, preparations, oaths, charts, inventions, mobilizations, formations, consequences, layouts, schemes, sequels, dispositions, consents, anatomies, assents, developments, engagements, placements, anticipations, accessions, fabrics, edifices, pacts, propositions, styles, properties, promises, queues, structures.

Examples of usage:

1) With this change in the arrangements, and the advance supplies from Cape Sabine and Cape Viele, each sledge now carried eight hundred pounds. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) " Yes," I choked, " as soon as we can make all arrangements." - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) Make your arrangements as soon as possible to leave New York. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.