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- adv. on the surface or the outside
- adv. visibly
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an external manner; outwardly; on the outside; in appearance; visibly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an external manner or position; with reference to the outside or to externality.
- In zoology and anatomy, away from the median line, or the center of a radially symmetrical form; ectad.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to the outside
- adv. on or from the outside
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"Ale be good stuff -- sometimes, took externally, which is a Latin word meaning not in the stomach!" said Jessamy, and setting an arm beneath
JEREMY HOBSON: That's right, Pandit's memo left out what he calls externally disclosed marks.
Fixing ourselves externally is a battle bound for failure.
More importantly, it would enable us to convey the message that frontline policing and service delivery externally is what the authority values, rather more than internal administrative excellence. ri on May 31, 2007 at 6: 22 pm | Reply justacop
But it's brought to term externally-or in the womb of an ordinary Daedalan volunteer.
And though he never failed to maintain externally a certain gentle respectfulness of demeanor towards me, yet it was more the natural deference of the younger to the elder, of the strong to the weak, than the duty paid by a serving-lad to his master's son.
But she, in externally Christianizing the world, permits herself to be seduced by the world; thus her universality or catholicity is not that of the
The palace has got in its glass eyes again, and externally is almost entirely repaired; but it is not yet fit for the residence of the president, who still holds his court in the convent of San Agustin.
I am doing a role we call externally 'director of enterprise operations' and internally 'sales excellence director'.
CommonWealth is no stranger to criticism as a so-called externally managed REIT.