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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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Different from soliloquies in that they are not self-directed speeches, asides are lines spoken by actors or characters directly to audience members--instances of "breaking the fourth wall.
Set aside was introduced by the EU in 1992 to control the amount of cereals on the market.
Though this is by itself not that unusual--the play with the largest number of specifically marked asides in Elizabethan drama is probably Christopher Marlowe's tragedy The Jew of Malta (c.
2) More commonly we are alerted to the presence of an Aside by a stage direction.
Using still another dodge, farmers qualify for subsidy programs by setting aside land not to lie fallow but to produce forage for their livestock.
At issue is the provision of the Small Business Act requiring agencies to set aside contracts in that dollar range for small businesses.
The county's dilemma from the pool's losses was two fold: the investment income it expected for operations has not been realized, and the money set aside to repay some of the notes was reduced by the investment losses.
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.
In 2000, voters approved another extension of the open space fund set aside through 2031 which also authorized the issuance of bonds secured by open space fund revenues.
Ruling on a protest by Mission Critical Solutions of Tampa, FL, GAO told the Army it should have considered a HUBZone set-aside for a follow-on contract for IT support even though the work had previously been set aside for an 8(a) firm.
over a Marine Corps contract that was set aside for an SDV firm.
Navy: will set aside contracts for (1) building construction, NAICS sector 236; heavy and civil engineering construction, NAICS codes 237120 and 237990; specialty trade contractors in NAICS codes 238120, 238190 and 238390; (2) non-nuclear ship repair, product or service code J999 (West Coast only); (3) architect and engineering services, including surveying and mapping.
The city covenants to set aside 32% of note principal in March 2006, 32% in May, and 36% in June.
Espinoza contends the Small Business Act mandates that all such contracts to be set aside for small firms.
Each month from January through April, the county will set aside 5% of note principal, increasing to 27% and 53% in May and June, respectively.