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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Of or pertaining to marriage outside a class or tribe, in cultures where that is required by custom or law.

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  • But Republicans have already shown a willingness to point to it, in addition to other Democratic-allied institutions, in an attempt to show that the White House's campaign against outside-group spending is hypocritical.

    Common Sense Ten, Dem-Allied Third-Party Group, Gets In On Act: Attacks Rand Paul (VIDEO)

  • Meanwhile, in other outside-group news, Catholics United has a very interesting new mail piece that pushes a liberal pro-life vision that espouses improved health care and education, among other things.

    Hard-Hitting Union Mail Blitz Directly Blames McCain For Meltdown

  • On a personal level, uttering “I love you” is very rarely related to a desire to put other people down, to perform an “I-am-more-patriotic-than-thou” routine that is intended, if not to discredit a certain outside-group, to at the very least exclude political others from the “you” whom the patriot supposedly loves.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Symbols:

  • … Obama to head to Hawaii and Australia… American Crossroads dominates the outside-group airwaves… And Bachmann, Wasserman Schultz to appear on "Meet the Press."

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  • OVERBY: Yeah, Chuck's talking about candidate money as opposed to outside-group money.

    NPR Topics: News

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