from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Being beyond the province, powers, or proper sphere of government.
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Yet there is something almost extragovernmental about what Feinberg does, and the special master admits that his activities are special.
This doesn't change the fact that they were able to do the collossal damage they did--in the 1930's, the 1970's, and today by an extragovernmental, transnational, and largely autonomous gang of counterfeiters and embezzlers, operating through the US commercial and investment banking system, and that the gang in question--The Federal Reserve--turned what would have been a series of small adjustments, probably in State Bankruptcy court, into a global disaster.
Maybe the problem was the hubris, the cigars in the AstroTurfed smoking tent he built for himself just outside the capitol in Sacramento, the tent with its ceiling fan and its stereo system, and the strong-arming, the extragovernmental tactics, and that maddening self-assurance that so few of us felt.
Besides, I’ve already achieved verification through extragovernmental channels.
Besides, I've already achieved verification through extragovernmental channels. "
Gaza), overall monetary transfers to Gaza have totaled over $5 billion from governmental and extragovernmental sources.