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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.
Global Banking News-July 30, 2012--HSBC to set aside money to cover fines(C)2012 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Laws governing the 8(a) and SDV programs say a contract "may" be set aside in those categories.
She explained that farmers can still continue to set aside voluntarily a part of their arable area.
Transfer to a squeeze bottle and set aside, keeping warm.
Just got flagged aside by the motorcycle escort of this green and silver Rolls Royce.
-- Rs 39.986 billion set aside for Cabinet Division
Assuming that the retiree elects to set aside $250,000 for her estate, her monthly draw amount will drop from $8,282 to $7,247, rising by 2 percent a year.
While acknowledging that it was Zahid's prerogative to not take a leave of absence until his criminal case is settled, the former minister pointedly said Umno members could invoke Article 9(2) of party constitution to pass a resolution for Zahid to step aside temporarily.