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(jargon)
Someone outside some group that is implicit from the context, such as the computer industry or science fiction fandom. The implication is that those in the group are special and those outside are just ordinary.
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As for the "scientific" dimensions of comparative enquiries into national health policies and their concommitant politics, potential lessons depend on one's judgemental perspective on the virtues of epistemiological purity as well as where one's objectives fall on a continuum from the elegantly theoratical to the mundanely pragmatic.
More mundanely, but with more impact on the market, officials are also looking at the future of statesubsidised healthcare.
Even if the divorce is undefended there is no fixed timeframe for the whole procedure, which mundanely depends upon how quickly the court staff can deal with the paperwork.
no matter how we choose to explain white oppression or global supremacy, whether cosmologically or mundanely, the ultimate reason the white man does what he does is because he possesses the power to do so" (Wilson, 1998, p.
com)-- Lighting equipment could be mundanely understood as the equipment responsible for the production of light energy.
Of course, more mundanely but no less importantly, she also set rules for the treatment of women and newborns during the first 12 weeks after birth, and the like.
Byron's own biography itself, first as an exile and then as a leader of Greek independence, also had pan-European resonance throughout the century, and however mundanely anti-Semitic the English lord himself was, a number of the translators of his poetry saw themselves personally in the symbolism of his life.
At tea I wandered into the "Slaithwaite Equitable Industrial Society Ltd Branch No 4", now rather mundanely known as Hill Top Stores, for some pop.
More mundanely at the end of January I completed my Belgian Integration Course, which is, quite rightly, mandatory in order to receive a resident's permit.
Curiously, the tug switched to and fro between the contrary roles of mundanely towing dredger hopper barges and carrying canal top brass to inspect their empire, quaffing glasses of Pimms under a foredeck awning.
More mundanely, scored in a ladies' handicap hurdle at Sedgefield during the 2004/05 season, adding to more than pounds 194,000 in prize-money.
Both are thus bound to Pavel in a relation of perfect symmetry, Kizhe a present absence, Siniukhaev an absent presence, a symmetry that is disturbed in both redactions of the script by the interposition of the all too mundanely 'real' characters of Palen and Gagarina, whose own relationships to Pavel are driven by simple self-interest, and who 'operate' Kizhe as a device in pursuit of those interests.