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  • n. Plural form of outer.

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Examples

  • There are other problems: There is little evidence that the "outers" fit the rest of the definitions:

    "What's most remarkable about the article is that it appeared in the paper at all."

  • I hope he brings indictments against the "outers", of treason.

    We the people vs. the traitors

  • The problem with the chant is that most 'outers' go along with it only out of a sense of duty and to avoid being embarrassed on Party's behalf, in the way that an audience will murmur at a joke they find unfunny, just to get through the embarrassing silence.

    Gridlock

  • Pigault, in a clumsy, botcherly fashion, made "outers" not infrequently.

    A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 To the Close of the 19th Century

  • Because many of our members are what we have called come-outers, meaning that they have come out of another faith tradition and found Unitarian Universalism, those Unitarian Universalists in this stage may also experience a disillusionment of symbolism that once held meaning and purpose.

    UUpdates - All updates

  • Where have all of these "outers" been over all the years that we have been voting behind curtains???

    PageOneQ.com Latest

  • ..something as revealing as that foto would have the "outers" rabidly crashing into each other while franticly patrolling the bridge approaches tonite & tomorrow, searching, searching, searching...

    Honk If You're Hoary: Riding with the Geese

  • One thing we did find was that the velcro tabs on the outers needed to be stuck down, or all the nappies would stick together.

    Review: Bumgenius Nappies « Barefoot in the Kitchen

  • But, Space Godzilla can easily beat either Mogera or Ocean Godzilla alone, because he has this lightning power that comes from the sun, or outers space, or something like that.

    Multicultural Experiences

  • But each has failed - the voters are simply not smart enough to know what's going on, too partisan to vote based on actual performance, and too removed from the failures to "get it"; the players are overly self-centered and inbred; and the outers are in the former, employed by the politicians, and in the latter, too obsessed with sensationalism to make a difference.

    Accountability

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