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set-a·side

(sĕt′ə-sīd′)
n.
1. Something, such as land or a certain percentage of profits, that is set aside for a specific purpose.
2. A program requiring that a percentage of government procurement contracts be reserved for disadvantaged businesses.
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Adj.1.set-aside - reserved in advance
reserved - set aside for the use of a particular person or party
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set-aside

[ˈsetəsaɪd] N (Agr) → retirada f de tierras, abandono m de tierras
set-aside landtierra f en barbecho
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AAG informed the court that case is pending in IHC and SC has directed the High Court to setaside the matter.
The advantage is that meal times are less pressured and one mealtime can be setaside for this (Lukens and Silverman, 2014).
Meade, who won the race previously with Johnny Setaside and Pandorama, said: "I'm absolutely thrilled.
Cover with a damp cloth and setaside for 10-15 minutes.
The Casey-Blunt amendment to Restore Funding for Off-System Bridges: The Senate bill would collapse federal bridge programs into a larger program for states to spend on all transportation programs and eliminate a 15 percent setaside for off-system bridges, which funds local bridges.
Tory councillor Tim Sawdon said an elected mayor (on a potential salary of up to the setaside pounds 120,000, compared with the leader's current pounds 36,000 allowance) would have a team of advisors, working alongside unelected officers.
The campaign is the industry-led solution to the problem of retaining the environmental benefits of setaside, using voluntary measures rather than regulation.
See Beale & Deas, supra note 161, at 126 (citing anecdotal evidence and data suggesting that "contracting officers are not using the program," including the fact that "only one in eight (13 percent) has used a HUBZone setaside, sole source, or price preference in awarding a contract"); cf.
5-acre property are to be setaside as affordable units.
Erlwein further stated, "The Government awards about $525 billion in contracts each year and 23% of that is supposed to be setaside for small business but each year Federal agencies come up short.
traces the history of federal government interaction with small businesses in the United States and offers a warning that the current state of small-business setaside is unsustainable.
Since the setaside scheme was abandoned in the face of rising food prices, the amount of uncultivated land has dropped by 60 per cent in the UK, and is now at its lowest level since 1992, she said.