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Later on in the play, Iago makes a brief aside to boast his villainous ways: "Oh, you are well tuned now/But I'll set down the pegs that make this music/As honest as I am.
With the current climate of uncertainty, it is important that people are setting aside money to be used in emergencies.
If we consider the set aside policy against this year's situation with the disastrous floods and crop yields down by a third in some areas, then we can see that it will exacerbate the problem.
In an attempt to mitigate subsidy risk, many CCRCs typically use an average or median life expectancy statistic to estimate how much longer a resident will need care versus the financial resources set aside for that care.
Strain through a fine-mesh sieve and set mushrooms aside, keeping warm.
Plugging measurements of ant movement into the computer model, the researchers found that ants have optimized their tendency to turn aside when encountering a possible obstacle, such as another ant.
I name thus those beautiful speeches which one Character makes aside in the presence of another in one of the corners of the Theatre, whilst the latter Actor is obliged to pretend in this act to be without eyes & without ears; then, not to conceal it at all, unless he is both deaf & blind, he must, in spite of his knowledge, ignore that which the other does in his view & which he wants, however, to hide from him.
Insurers would be forced to set aside money to pay for potential catastrophe losses under a proposal approved by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
1) Sometimes the existence of an aside is only indicated by what is said in the regular dialogue, describing an actual movement away from the person being spoken to, as in the following two instances:
83 and taxable to the employee when transferred or set aside from the claims of general creditors.
The court stated that although the sale at foreclosure will not ordinarily be disturbed where it was fairly made and free from fraud, a judicial sale may be set aside when someone obtained an undue advantage or where a party was unfairly dealt with.
Federal Communications Commission about whether the cable industry's free-speech rights, are being trampled by a 1992 federal law that requires cable systems to set aside up to one-third of their channels for local broadcasts.
The PASS provision allows disabled people to set aside income and or resources for a specified period of time for a work goal, such as education, vocational training or starting a business.
10,465,000 housing set aside tax allocation bonds, 2006 series A.