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a line spoken by an actor to the audience but not intended for others on the stage

a message that departs from the main subject

out of the way (especially away from one's thoughts)

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not taken into account or excluded from consideration

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in a different direction

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placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose

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in reserve

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References in classic literature ?
Before the veil of eternity be lifted, let me cast aside this black veil from your face
With the filing of the bankruptcy and loss of investment income, the county elected to not make set asides as promised when it sold the Series A&B TRANs.
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).
In Iowa, two different farmers counted the same 103-acre piece of land in their set asides.
People can enter as many different asides as they can come up with.
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.
In sum, according to statute and regulations, small business set asides are mandatory for acquisitions valued between $3,000 and $100,000 and take priority over GSA Schedule contracts.
Funds for repayment will be set aside in monthly installments beginning in April.
If a job is set aside for guys named Jimmy, my name is Jimmy, I'll take it
The small Business Administration's (SBA) Procurement Center Representatives (PCRs) work with federal agencies and procuring activities by reviewing proposed acquisitions to determine whether they can be set aside for small businesses.
BURBANK - Responding to a study that shows many poor and large families are unable to afford housing in Burbank, city staffers have proposed new incentive programs for landlords to keep rents affordable and an ordinance that would require developers to set aside affordable units.
Federal Communications Commission about whether the cable industry's free-speech rights, are being trampled by a 1992 federal law that requires cable systems to set aside up to one-third of their channels for local broadcasts.