set aside

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Synonyms for set aside

give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause

make inoperative or stop


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Rs 5 billion set aside for Special Provision for Completion of CPEC Projects.
That decision set out guiding principles and considerations, and a list of attributes for any mechanism that would be used to set aside funds for pipeline abandonment.
The bank, considered to be the biggest in France, has set aside USD1.
Code [section] 512(a)(3)(B) provides that a VEBA may exclude from taxable income member contributions plus amounts set aside for payment of benefits and expenses.
Long Beach filed suit to set aside the sale on the grounds of its agents' mistakes and miscommunication.
Andrew Richards, senior Midlands policy adviser for the NFU, said: "There is no rationale for set aside to be kept in place since the changes in 2005.
Decisions need to be made as to how much work is to be produced and how much time will need to be set aside to produce the work.
If there is an apparent shortfall in the ability of a resident to pay for future care, the community needs to set aside amounts equal to that "subsidy" so that the money will be there when it is needed.
If a job is set aside for guys named Jimmy, my name is Jimmy, I'll take it
Peel and slice pork tongue into eight 1/4-inch slices and set aside, keeping warm.
Farmers who are not small producers, but have met their set-aside obligations may voluntarily set aside additional land.
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.
Insurers would be forced to set aside money to pay for potential catastrophe losses under a proposal approved by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
83 and taxable to the employee when transferred or set aside from the claims of general creditors.