Then she puts aside her book, and he his work, and they talk.
He puts aside the banner of individualism for that of obedience.
She puts aside $1.50 each week for clothing, and so has $6 per month or about $75 per year.
It puts aside not only art but love, reverence, fear, every other emotion.
He puts aside with a gesture her feeble attempt at contradiction.
Tenderly, yet with an absolute courage, it puts aside old abuses, old ignorances!
He had the Cymric and Celtic respect of character; which puts aside the person's environments to face the soul.
Then he throws with the two remaining dice, puts aside the higher as before, and throws again with the remaining one.
Faith is a gift of God; it puts aside all merit, and should banish all fear from the mind.
The grateful finder always rewards the bird with a piece of honeycomb that he puts aside for it.