Meanwhile, in the broad and lofty chamber set apart for occasions of import, the Abbot himself was pacing impatiently backwards and forwards, with his long white nervous hands clasped in front of him.
With a bow to the Abbot, which had in it perhaps more pleasantry than reverence, the novice strode across to the carved prie-dieu which had been set apart for him, and stood silent and erect with his hand upon the gold bell which was used in the private orisons of the Abbot's own household.
Here we anchored, and one of the merchants, who had been very friendly to me on the way, took me ashore with him and showed me a lodging set apart for
Besides, Captain Farragut had spoken of a certain sum of two thousand dollars, set apart for
whoever should first sight the monster, were he cabin-boy, common seaman, or officer.
A room in the house in Saville Row was set apart for
Aouda, who was overwhelmed with grief at her protector's misfortune.
I understand not your allusions about lines and angles; and I leave expounding to those who have been called and set apart for
that holy office.
To the Chinese such commonplace things as marriage, friendship, and home have an infinitely deeper meaning than can be attached to them by civilisation which practically lives abroad, in the hotels and restaurants and open houses of others, where there is no sanctity of the life within, no shrine set apart for
the hidden family re-union, and the cult of the ancestral spirit.
The pleasantest room in the house was set apart for
Beth, and in it was gathered everything that she most loved, flowers, pictures, her piano, the little worktable, and the beloved pussies.
Hence there have been, in all ages and nations, certain places set apart for
public rendezvous, where the curious might meet and satisfy their mutual curiosity.
It was my disaster first to be set apart for
, and then to be set apart from the honor of that sacred employ."
Explaining the significance of the just-concluded programme, he said: 'It was set apart for
soul winning, salvation, total healing, and deliverance.'
On the capital and funding for SMEs, Dr Huraibi said, "Five per cent of any bank's total loan book will have to be set apart for
SMEs, as per the Royal Directives.
A counter is set apart for
disabled people and older citizens.
2 : to set apart for
a certain purpose or use <The school appropriated funds for new books.>
When something is made holy - set apart for
God - we are not restoring the purity of Eden but building toward the sacredness of the world to come.