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The bank could set aside more than GBP600m for the purpose.
For the gazpacho: In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients and set aside in refrigerator overnight.
'Traffic was flowing smoothly and I didn't see the need to wave vehicles aside to make way for the car.
-- Rs 7341.617 million set aside for Information Technology and Telecom Division
Without naming any specific Pakatan Harapan leaders, Nazri noted that some also did not step aside when they had been charged with crimes.
The decision became final after the Philippine government has decided to no longer appeal the dismissal of its Setting Aside Application to the Singapore Court of Appeal within 30 days from 4 September 4, 2018.
The application sought reliefs on four grounds as follows: 'An order setting aside the purported services of all the processes in this suit on the Defendants/Applicants.
Rs 10,118 million set aside for Maritime Affairs Division
"All Jokes Aside: Standup Comedy Is a Phunny Business" is personal story of Lambert's journey, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the world of show business, and an inspiring tale for any would-be entertainment entrepreneur.
BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA) has announced that it has set aside more cash as provisions to deal with US sanctions.
This is above the national average which sees about 7.5% of income put aside in savings each month.
More audience-directed and traditionally shorter than a soliloquy, an aside, defined by Jeremy Lopez in Theatrical Convention and Audience Response in Early Modern Drama, is "one of the most pervasive conventions of English Renaissance drama, and one of the most potentially disruptive" (2003, p.