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arrangement,

n the pattern into which a group of things is organized.
arrangement, financial,
n an agreement between the dental provider and patient on the method of handling the patient's account.
arrangement, tooth,
n the placement of teeth on a denture or temporary base with definite objectives in mind.

Patient discussion about arrangement

Q. I am interested in fitness,which is neatly arranged at my home. I am interested in fitness so I invested in fitness equipment which is neatly arranged at my home. Most of the time my equipment looks so good that I love it. But unfortunately I tire very quickly and I sweat a lot. My fitness instructor is doing his best for me with his experience but this doesn’t help. I consulted with my family doctor who said that I have to concentrate on my diet. I have tried many diets but in vain. Now I am planning to shift to food supplements. Do you know which food supplement works best?

A. there's nothing wrong with food supplements, but you can avoid taking and buying them if you'll follow some instructions about nutrition during exercise:
http://www.fitness.gov/fastfacts.htm

More discussions about arrangement
References in classic literature ?
The ladies prefer the large room," Trent answered decidedly, "and you must arrange it somehow.
After seeing the order entered in the book, I went on to arrange matters with Monsieur Rubelle.
So he wrote to Giovanni Fogliani that, having been away from home for many years, he wished to visit him and his city, and in some measure to look upon his patrimony; and although he had not laboured to acquire anything except honour, yet, in order that the citizens should see he had not spent his time in vain, he desired to come honourably, so would be accompanied by one hundred horsemen, his friends and retainers; and he entreated Giovanni to arrange that he should be received honourably by the Fermians, all of which would be not only to his honour, but also to that of Giovanni himself, who had brought him up.