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Synonyms for aside

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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And a fifth of adults in the North East admit they would not be able to pay their mortgage, rent or other bills if they were unable to work, despite setting little aside in savings.
The regulation defines the set-aside amount as the total amount set aside for benefit payments from both member contributions and investment income.
That works only where the land is left to grow permanently to allow hedges and long grass to thrive, but when we have set aside areas that are there for only one year the environmental benefit in open fields is practically zero.
However, when prompted to think about these works in the context of "An Aside," you had to ask again why Dean was drawn to them.
In an attempt to mitigate subsidy risk, many CCRCs typically use an average or median life expectancy statistic to estimate how much longer a resident will need care versus the financial resources set aside for that care.
Ladle bouillon through a cheesecloth-lined fine-mesh sieve and set aside, keeping warm.
The scientists also discovered that army ants carrying home their prey don't turn aside as much as ants on the way to work do.
Despite La Mesnardiere's somewhat negative take on l'a-parte, his observations were soon adopted by other French critics and the term aside, beginning with the abbe d'Aubignac's 1657 definition of the a parte as a type of implicit narration (qtd.
The trade group said requiring insurers to set aside money would limit their ability to diversify risk because mandating one approach would hinder insurers from developing their own solutions.
The court then examined whether the foreclosure sale, if it had been determined to be valid, should be vacated and set aside anyway, on other grounds.
The government has established a few mitigating rules, setting aside a portion of the frequencies for minority-owned businesses and limiting how much frequency any existing cellular company can control in a given service area.
The PASS work incentive provision of the SSI program allows people with disabilities to set aside income and/or resources to be used to achieve a specific work goal.
10,465,000 housing set aside tax allocation bonds, 2006 series A.
Global Banking News-July 30, 2012--HSBC to set aside money to cover fines(C)2012 ENPublishing - http://www.