Are they prepared to lay aside
their differences, work together and with others for the benefit of their own people?
He said the reason all the leaders of the political groups were invited to lay a wreath was so they could publicly lay aside
their differences in honour of those who died to protect democracy.
Pull back the plastic and lay aside
the leaves, keeping the rest of the pile undisturbed to conserve its heat.
Let me beseech you to lay aside
all rancor, all bitter sectional feeling, and to take your place in the ranks of those who will bring about a consummation devoutly to be wished--a reunited country."
Opinions vary about the annual onslaught of "gruesome music" and long-haired, black-clad guests, though most citizens happily lay aside
any personal prejudice to take advantage of the brief, surging cashflow.
It is improbable, if not impossible, for participants to completely lay aside
the value judgments that creep into the process of reaching understanding and agreement (Habermas, 1990).
Now I will lay aside
the old box Brownie, gratefully and tentatively embracing new technology.
While we understand the desire to attract visitors from all around the globe, is it wise to lay aside
our background and personality as Arkansans?
We are not called to lay aside
who we most deeply are, in order to devote our time and energy to something which is supposedly more worthy.
I hope that you will lay aside
profit in favor of the right thing and remove tobacco ads from your magazine.
But when the code got in the way of doing what management wanted done, Enron's board was easily persuaded to lay aside
certain provisions of that code -- most notoriously, the conflict-of-interest provision.
Every teacher should lay aside
from each pay a goodly sum of his earnings for his benefit during his declining years so that he will not become a burden on society.