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They put the welfare of people at the heart of their development activities and set apart 10 per cent of its net profit to the benefit of needy.
Upon which they set apart a solemn day of humiliation, to seek the Lord by humble and fervent prayer, in this great distress.
A counter is set apart for disabled people and older citizens.
Give us a reason for living Let that reason be our trust in you Not to take but to be more in giving Help us to make dreams come true Show us the way in this land full of dreams set apart Take us away from a sad yesterday Help us to make a new start.
2 : to set apart for a certain purpose or use <The school appropriated funds for new books.
Senior executives and managers say high-performing individuals in large organizations are set apart by their ability to prioritize, their attitude and their initiative.
When you are planning a new development, you have to be market conscious and product savvy, and having the guts to develop an amenities packet that will be unmatched is the key to being set apart," said Heiberger.
It is not a kingdom that is totally set apart from the world but is rather on wholly different terms.
Paying careful attention to detail and subtext and drawing support from ancient and modern scholars, Goodman paints us a portrait of a lonely, loveless and surprisingly modern man, set apart from the rest of the world and doomed from his miraculous conception to fulfill a Divine mission he neither understands nor has the power to preempt.
But dinosaurs were a class of reptiles, set apart from others by their postures and their hip structures.
EATS: Service and a distinct menu set apart the woman owned traditional El Arrayan (Allende 344, 222-7195), built around a courtyard.