How to use Set-the-scene in a sentence

set-the-scene
  • Ruth also brought a cake for her sixtieth birthday which set the scene for a healthy eating weekend, not !

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  • This story set the scene for all future breakout stories and introduced us to the TP ideals as well as some unsavory alien characters.

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  • Alternatively, if you know the gender of your baby and would like the nursery to reflect the gender, you can use the walls to set the scene.

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  • If you're getting married in or near a park, on the beach, or in an art gallery, museum or even just a beautiful restaurant, the location can set the scene.

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  • Wrought iron candelabras can really set the scene if your wedding reception is in the evening.

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  • If none of those are available, though, light a small candle and play some music on your iPod to set the scene regardless of location.

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  • Every time I set the scene to ask you, his name would crop up... or he would.

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  • A few short plenary and panel discussion sessions set the scene for in-depth deliberations during a series of breakout groups.

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  • Successive wins over Conwy and Flint set the scene for the Friday night showdown with a point needed to open the safety valve.

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  • If you are a photographer doing a swimwear fashion shoot, these are ideal to set the scene in the background.

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