lay plans

References in classic literature ?
It isn't for you and me to lay plans; we've nothing to do but to obey and to trust.
This is the right time for the federal and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa governments to give serious thought to and lay plans to promote tourism in the tribal areas.
"I have talked with almost all of the FMs in the core group who will be meeting next week together in order to lay plans for this negotiation.
In November 1959, a group of 25 music teachers met in Greensboro, North Carolina, to lay plans to organize NCMTA.
AFTER avoiding relegation by winning their final North Two West game at Leigh, Northwich are able to lay plans for 2008-09 when they are determined not to remain among the strugglers.
Despite deep cuts into the overall organization, and unwavering focus on reducing costs, management should lay plans early on that identify the sources of future growth and how to best tap that potential--all conveyed in simple, clear easily expressed strategies.
At Saturday's meeting, the G-7 finance officials agreed to strengthen the international finance architecture and lay plans for international lending agencies such as the IMF.