To be set apart
, developers have taken the once typical luxury services such as 24-hour concierge, top-of-the-line appliances and design, walk-in-closets, indoor pools and gyms, and loaded their buildings with such amenities ranging from virtual golf, private wine storage, dog grooming services, gardens and even lifestyle coaches.
It is not a kingdom that is totally set apart
from the world but is rather on wholly different terms.
Paying careful attention to detail and subtext and drawing support from ancient and modern scholars, Goodman paints us a portrait of a lonely, loveless and surprisingly modern man, set apart
from the rest of the world and doomed from his miraculous conception to fulfill a Divine mission he neither understands nor has the power to preempt.
It is also set apart
from its neighbours by its Latin culture and Romanic language, said Dan Luca, project coordinator for a survey on Romania's image in Brussels conducted by the Club Romania-UE, which brings together Romanians working in Belgium.
But dinosaurs were a class of reptiles, set apart
from others by their postures and their hip structures.
"The introduction of a new Club World product heralds a change for BA which will ensure that the airline is set apart
from our major competitors to provide air travellers with the very best in business class."New Business Class investment
EATS: Service and a distinct menu set apart
the woman owned traditional El Arrayan (Allende 344, 222-7195), built around a courtyard.
The word kadosh is normally translated "holy" but really means "set apart
." Jewish teaching notes that the created world was good but not intrinsically holy (except for Shabbat).
[i]ncome although not actually reduced to a taxpayer's possession is constructively received by him in the taxable year during which it is credited to his account, set apart
for him, or otherwise made available so that he may draw upon it at any time, or so that he could have drawn upon it during the taxable year if notice of intention to withdraw had been given.
Rice Noodles are set apart
by the fact that they roll up when cooked.
In addition, programs or items that will be phased out of inventory by December 31, 2010, should be set apart
in the plans for an exemption to the UID requirement.
* "The officer in charge shall not bury, or allow to be buried, any colored persons upon ground set apart
or used for the burial of white persons."
"This is one of the ways," continues Harrison, "APA can be set apart
from other organizations.
At first officers thought the dog had found drugs but were astonished to find Blane squashed inside as they took the set apart
in Bainbridge, Georgia, US.
Country Life magazine said Kingham, in the Cotswolds, was set apart
from its peers by its particular mix of charm, practicality, community and spirit, and for being ``excitingly alive''.