outside of


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outside of

prep.
Outside; aside from.
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References in classic literature ?
It was broad daylight when Anne awoke and sat up in bed, staring confusedly at the window through which a flood of cheery sunshine was pouring and outside of which something white and feathery waved across glimpses of blue sky.
But it was morning and, yes, it was a cherry-tree in full bloom outside of her window.
Some of my people were seated outside of a hut, talking together over a fire.
The key of the old- fashioned bureau in which the papers were kept I sealed up, and left it on my table, with Marian's name written on the outside of the little packet.
And, just as the outside of a Cube is a Square, so the outside of a Sphere presents the appearance of a Circle.
The dainty and elaborate ornamentation upon its two chief fronts is as delicately carved as if it had been intended for the interior of a drawing-room rather than for the outside of a house.
That queer tower was the first thing I saw when I came to these parts; and I can tell you a little more about it--or, at any rate, the outside of it.
However, the idea that institutional critique opposes art to institution, or supposes that radical artistic practices can or ever did exist outside of the institution of art before being "institutionalized" by museums, is contradicted at every turn by the writings and work of Asher, Broodthaers, Buren, and Haacke.
Since heat moves from hot to cold, the upward moving warm air wants to transfer this heat over to the outside of the wall assembly.
This would occur if the defensive end aligns head up to outside of the TE.
Benston shows that there is never a Self transcendent from its unnaming, and one can never act and/or write outside of one's history.
Would the fact that he had two regular job sites near his home (same metropolitan area) have allowed him to deduct the distance from home to temporary job sites outside of the metropolitan area under exception #1?