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v. to schedule, as to "set a case for trial."

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SET, contracts. Foreign bills of exchange are generally drawn in parts; as, "pay this my first bill of exchange, second and third of the same tenor and date not paid;" the whole of these parts, which make but one bill, are called a set. Chit. Bills, 175, 6, (edition of 1836); 2 Pardess. n. 342.

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The Briton, gunning for his seventh win from nine races and fifth in a row, had set the pace on Friday with the fastest time in the opening session.
It was Chile's Leon Hugo who set the pace among the morning players, with six birdies though two bogeys at the third and fourth denied him a leading position at the top of the leaderboard.
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In the boys' section, Adam Rusk and Callum Court set the pace, each registering four personal bests.
Hamilton (above) set the pace in final qualifying with a 1min 19.149sec lap.
A really good opening couple of chapters set the pace and intrigue for the duration of the story.
Leyton Orient continue to set the pace thanks to a 4-0 romp at 10-man Tranmere, who had Ian Goodison sent off.
Low gold prices, the upcoming festive season and rising consumer confidence has set the pace for sales at a major jewellery fair that got under way in Sharjah yesterday (October 1).
The Silver Arrows pairing showed speed throughout qualifying as Hamilton had set the pace in Q1 from Rosberg.
The Brit set the pace at the Yas Marina circuit, while leader and defending champion Sebastian Vettel suffered brake problems and ended third.
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