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set-aside

noun Money (a set-aside) taken out of the budget for a specific purpose (e.g., to fund a congressionally mandated program).
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Transfer in a cutting board cut into thin slices and setaside keeping warm.
The ground is very testing out there but Johnny Setaside jumped very well and saw out the three miles really bravely," added the Ulsterman.
Rents are set based upon the selected setaside using the HUD county median income, adjusted for household size.
Approve a breastfeeding setaside (fund) that would assure all WIC prenatal patients receive adequate breastfeeding education and support, and raise this amount as the total WIC budget increases.
Estates, and not trusts, may be entitled to an IRC section 642(c) charitable setaside deduction.
Prior to joining EK Health, Reason was a Medicare SetAside executive for two large workers' compensation managed care organizations, where he worked on more than 5,000 set-side allocations with many national insurers, employers and third-party administrators.
Bluebird and Serve customers are demonstrating positive financial behaviors by using Direct Deposit to automatically add paychecks or government benefits to their accounts and putting money away for short term savings in a SetAside or Reserve account.
There was one withdrawal, the injured Johnny Setaside.
The Government has already given its backing to the Campaign for the Farmed Environment, the industry-led voluntary approach to retaining the wildlife and environmental benefits for setaside.
Congress also continued to refine the program by establishing separate setaside requirements and goals for additional categories of small businesses.
Defense Operation of the Modeling and Simulation Information Analysis Center (MSIAC): Small business setaside.
I welcome the abolition of setaside and the plan for a "soft landing" for the abolition of dairy quotas in 2015.