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aside

Theatre something spoken by an actor, intended to be heard by the audience, but not by the others on stage
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What, indeed, with his hand putting aside the golden hair from the cheek, and his other hand against the heart that beat for him!
His companion thrust aside his waistcoat, pointed to the handle of a dirk, and nodded.
Nay, had the villains glanced aside into the spring, even they would hardly have known themselves as reflected there.
They regretted that they had complied with M'Dougal's wishes, in laying aside their arms, and remarked, that, however the Americans might conceal the fact, they were undoubtedly all slaves; nor could they be persuaded of the contrary, until they beheld the Raccoon depart without taking away any prisoners.
William Shakespeare frequently employed the use of asides and soliloquies to share his characters' innermost feelings and ideas with his audiences.
Skylarks nesting in set asides have found them vital for survival.
A Study of Asides and Related Conventions in Greek Drama, defines the aside as "any utterance by either speaker not intended to be heard by the other and not in fact heard or properly heard by him" (17).
On two occasions, when Barabas' asides are directed to Abigail, the stage-direction reads aside to her (I.
This study of the asides in Luke-Acts matches similar studies of the Fourth Gospel.
In Iowa, two different farmers counted the same 103-acre piece of land in their set asides.
This good financial cushion, the set asides, and the governor's power to reduce expenditures and borrow from other funds, if available, support the 'F1+' rating.