The Mice thought that the cause of their frequent defeats was that they had no leaders set apart from
the general army to command them, and that they were exposed to dangers from lack of discipline.
It was my disaster first to be set apart for, and then to be set apart from
the honor of that sacred employ.
We don't want to just be set apart from
3 : the special qualities or characteristics by which members of a group are set apart from
other groups <plants grouped by type>
The company installed pavers that are set apart from
one another to allow storm water to percolate down between the brick to the gravel beneath it, dissipating by itself rather than entering the city's storm drain system.
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.
But dinosaurs were a class of reptiles, set apart from
others by their postures and their hip structures.
Two installations were set apart from
the exhibition's main galleries, and, perhaps accordingly, they were weaker than the rest.
As the tone and the break in the text at Gen 1:26-27 intimates, the creation of the adam is to be set apart from
the rest of creation.
band interviews, record reviews, rants, etc, but this one is set apart from
the pack by their quality (c'mon, you can't get any better of an interviewer than Vancouver, BC's Nardwuar the Human Serviette, this time interviewing Marilyn Manson).
The Cranbrook Educational Community, founded in the 1920s by newspaper magnate George Booth, was conceived as a utopian society set apart from
the industrialized world.
If you're like many managers, your office is usually set apart from
the desk spaces of those who work under you.
McColley's book is further set apart from
much recent scholarship in this area in its focus on choral music rather than solo song and on the poetry of metaphysical and religious poets of the period rather than on the lyrics written for musical setting.
It is set apart from
standard lathes by its balanced weight distribution and oil-bathed X-axis ballscrews.