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While calling on Lebanese compatriots from all sects to coexist in a peaceful country, he urged the Syrian people to cast aside what he termed as "wanton killing." He urged them to do so in the true spirit of Islam.
"Yet he seems to have been cast aside. Maybe he had the chance at spurs, but it's surprising he isn't managing any more."
The mum of four, 36, was cast aside by her family when she took Gordon's side over her father's sacking last year.
The acting Chief Executive of the Commission made the most telling point when he said that the independence of public audit should not be lightly cast aside.
Bryntirion Aberystwyth 0 3 ABERYSTWYTH cast aside the turmoil of the past week, which saw manager Brian Coyne depart Park Avenue, to comfortably see off the challenge of Bryntirion.
Jenny Craig diet plans are being cast aside by Americans more concerned about losing their job than shedding pounds.
5 : to lose or cast aside (a natural covering or part) <The dog is shedding hair.>
Dear Editor, Your anonymous correspondent is very wide of the mark when he contends that Michael Parkinson should refuse his knighthood (Little honour as principles are cast aside Post Agenda).
Weeks later, Cap Cana and Deutsche Bank "circumvented Praxi, cast aside the bidding process, and ceased working with Praxi," the developer said.
Daunte Culpepper was angry at the way he was treated by Miami last season, when he was soon cast aside as he struggled to recuperate after a major knee injury.
VETERAN screen siren Sofia Loren has promised to cast aside her bus pass - and everything else - if Napoli seal promotion to Serie A.
Yes, the supercharged 5.5-liter engine has been cast aside for the E-Class, although those with a hankering for force-fed power can still get 5.5 under the hood of the SL55 and G55 AMG models.