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  • n. Plural form of exterior.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • People forget that Sand Hill Road, despite its bucolic and peaceful exteriors, is as competitive as any trading floor.

    Marc Ruxin: The Social Network and the Real Social Network

  • He shot several exteriors from the roof of the Brooklyn tenement he lived in until he was 12.

    Jon Favreau's a comic-book hero with 'Iron Man' franchise

  • This problem is very common in exteriors walls (I have it in my house, too).

    Mexican word?

  • Common sites include holes in exteriors of homes, between fence posts, in old tires or holes in the ground, or any other partially protected site.

    Stinging insect allergy

  • There’s a sentence in High-Rise: “They would film the exteriors from a helicopter, and from the nearest block four hundred yards away – in his mind’s eye he could already see a long, sixty-second zoom, slowly moving from the whole building in frame to a close-up of a single apartment, one cell in this nightmare termitary.”

    Ballardian » ‘You are Hochhaus!’: Ballard in Berlin

  • "Plain exteriors," Peter said, "mean less taxes to the government.

    Letter From Egypt

  • The exteriors are the work of John Nash, who transformed Henry Holland's neoclassical building with the help of a cast-iron framework.

    Georgian architecture: examples from the era

  • _ For divine providence acts from within and flows thence into the exteriors, that is, flows from what is spiritual into what is in the natural man, by the light of heaven enlightening his understanding and by the heat of heaven quickening his will.

    Angelic Wisdom about Divine Providence

  • Most people only brush the exteriors, which is not a good practice.


  • Shot largely in Romania (even "exteriors" are conspicuously soundstage-bound), the pic is a medium-scale fantasy by current blockbuster standards, but accomplishes everything it sets out to in tech and design terms.


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