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exterior

1. Film a film or scene shot outside a studio
2. Politics of or involving foreign nations

exterior

[ek′stir·ē·ər]
(mathematics)
For a set A in a topological space, the largest open set contained in the complement of A.
For a plane figure, the set of all points that are neither on the figure nor inside it.
For an angle, the set of points that lie in the plane of the angle but not between the rays defining the angle.
For a simple closed plane curve, one of the two regions into which the curve divides the plane according to the Jordan curve theorem, namely, the region that is not bounded.
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2004) could also be distinguished exteriorly in the adult females used in this study.
The problem is living exteriorly, that is, out of our skins" (284) or not in our hearts--as he interprets Augustine's meaning of "heart.
How many of us are going through the motions exteriorly while interiorly pursuing modifications in our Christian beliefs and practices to somehow coherently nurture our ultimate faith in life's meaning?
At the same time they'll make sure we maintain the essence of Pauley Pavilion exteriorly in terms of its appearance,'' Weiner said.
The poetics of the body and its prosthesis invites a recognition of the corporeal dimensions of writing and seeks to undermine the belief in any exteriorly imposed conventions.
A liquid absorption assembly features an absorbent member with a length and includes a proximal end and a distal end, where a majority of the length of the absorbent member includes the distal end and extends exteriorly from the introducer member when the introducer and the absorbent member are positioned for inserting the absorbent member into the cavity while the proximal end is held by the introducer.
Technology is important in the history of the word not merely exteriorly, as a kind of circulator of pre-existing materials, but interiorly, for it transforms what can be said and what is said.
All were bound by these precepts,which were either prescribed interiorly in the heart of everyone or perhaps passed down from parents to their children by some teaching given exteriorly by God.