setting aside

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Ah, you would indeed be in luck then," quoth a woodman; "for it is said that, setting aside the prince, and mayhap good old Sir John Chandos, there was not in the whole army a man of such tried courage.
Ordinary people might have hesitated before setting aside their own engagements to suit the convenience of a stranger.
Setting aside the streets, the shops, the houses, waggons, factories, public buildings, and population, perhaps it may be.
Setting aside all advantages of rank, this fair girl deemed herself conscious of a power --combined of beauty, high, unsullied purity, and the preservative force of womanhood--that could make her sphere impenetrable, unless betrayed by treachery within.