setout

set·out

 (sĕt′out′)
n.
1. A start or beginning; an outset.
2.
a. An arrangement or display.
b. An array of food, as on a buffet table; a spread.
3. An entertaining event, such as a party.
References in classic literature ?
I haven't a single finger bowl, but this is a setout that will last me all my days, Hannah says.
IoT network is commonly setout on network with the characteristics of slow processing, limited memory and less power.
SAKHAKOT -- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sakhakot leadership setout camps in different localities to mobilizing people for 30th September Ehtesaab Raiwand March in Thursday.
A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Selection Based on the Consultants' Qualifications (CQS) method setout in the Selection and Employment of Consultant Guidelines.
In some instances, the residents weren't following setout guidelines, so the haulers weren't picking up the trash.
In view of the reasons we have set out above we answer the question referred to us, as setout at the beginning of this Order, as follows.
The official also advised people to plan in advance and setout early to ease the pressure on Metro services.
x]--standard deviation of the setout angle; p--radian value in gon scale (63662 mgon).
i) How many registrants have received an approval to use the procedure setout in GST/HST Notice 199?
JIM McINTYRE AN emotionally wrought week for the Pars boss following the death of his father but he can be proud of his players who were hungrier for the victory in the framework of the 4-4-2 formation their boss setout.