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

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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With no strong feeling about Set To Music, Meeznah or Sense Of Purpose, it looks better to keep the powder dry for better opportunities later in the week.
Back at the same venue and over the same trip, Set To Music is charged with causing hats to be hurled in the air when representing racing's most famous owner in the DFS Park Hill Stakes.
A direct descendant of Petite Etoile, Set To Music is also from the family of Zarkava.
"But it doesn't look as if the Cape Guineas and Derby are going to happen, and I don't really want to take Set To Music too far afield," Joey adds.
A tribute to runner Florence Griffith Joyner, this piece for three men and three women is set to music by Wynton Marsalis.
There will also be open mic opportunities for those who are new tothe group and want the opportunity to have their writing set to music.
Jesse Lee Kercheval writes about Uruguayan poems set to music
As part of its Modem Masters program, Joffrey Ballet will present the Chicago premiere of Glass Pieces, set to music by Philip Glass.
At the Syngenta Cellar at the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield on Friday night Joanne teamed up with Paul, Kevin and Matt from the Storytime Band to present the stories set to music.
Based on TS Eliot's Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, it is probably best described as a series of poems set to music and dance, roughly linked into a story about a tribe of cats called the Jellicles, who are gathering for the Jellicle Ball at which one lucky member will be chosen by Old Deuteronomy to ascend to the Heaviside Layer.
This year's lights are computer controlled and set to music."
Set To Music, who won the Warwick Oaks at today's level in June, is the only filly in the field with a penalty but two have defied the extra burden to win the race in the past ten years.