lay aside


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Synonyms for lay aside

accumulate money for future use

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To the leaders present, to each and every one, I make a heartfelt appeal for them to help find ways to overcome the conflicting positions and to lay aside the futile pursuit of a military solution," the Pope urged.
Francis writes: "To the leaders present [at G20], to each and every one, I make a heartfelt appeal for them to help find ways to overcome the conflicting positions and to lay aside the futile pursuit of a military solution.
Arab League envoy for Syria, Kofi Annan, warned on Friday that the crisis could spill over into other neighbouring countries and urged international powers to lay aside their differences and back his peace initiative.
Most of us are not asked to lay down our life, but what we can do is lay aside our petty self-centredness by trying to be more understanding of others, more compassionate, more caring, more patient, more respectful of other people's views.
allows the reader to quickly lay aside disbelief and get behind this talking cat who has the most paramount of missions: saving the planet.
Talk about the happiness of the nation isn't going to mean much unless we listen to some of these simple aspirations - aspirations, essentially, for places, provisions or situations which help you lay aside anxiety and discover dimensions of yourself otherwise hidden or buried," he said.
In January, as many as 66% of the polled Finns considered saving worthwhile, with 67% of the households being able to lay aside some money and 78% of them believed they would be able to do so during the next 12 months.
Papandreou said Turkey was represented in the highest level at the conference by Prime Minister Erdogan, which was an indication that the two neighboring countries might lay aside their conflicts to work together against common threat in the region.
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.