To set apart

to separate to a particular use; to separate from the rest; to reserve.

See also: Set

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Collective Rapid Response Forces are intended for localization of military conflicts, countering terrorist acts and armed groups, hence, they are intended for neutralization of forces, which attempt to destabilize the situation in CSTO participating states," Bordyuzha explained.CSTO peacekeeping forces will be deployed to set apart opposing forces under UN Security Council mandate, while CRRF are military forces against military force, Bordyuzha explained.
The codification of whiteness, efforts across the still new nation to set apart the rights of whites from the those denied to blacks, was taking place.