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pe·riph·er·al

 (pə-rĭf′ər-əl)
adj.
1. Related to, located in, or constituting an outer boundary or periphery.
2. Perceived or perceiving near the outer edges of the retina: peripheral vision.
3. Anatomy
a. Of the surface or outer part of a body or organ; external.
b. Of, relating to, or being part of the peripheral nervous system.
4. Of minor relevance or importance.
5. Auxiliary.
n. Computers
An auxiliary device, such as a printer, modem, or storage system, that works in conjunction with a computer.

pe·riph′er·al·ly adv.
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Adv.1.peripherally - in or at or near a periphery or according to a peripheral role or function or relationship
centrally - in or near or toward a center or according to a central role or function; "The theater is centrally located"
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Augmenting the many specialized studies of stained glass in a particular country, period, style, and content, here art historians offer a broad treatment in order to encourage exchanges among scholars working in different aspects of stained glass, to communicate with scholars whose work has concerned glass only peripherally so far, and to offer interesting and current views of research in stained glass for students wishing to learn about the field.
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But those who are even peripherally aware of Ferrari's influence on the automotive industry will relish the depth and unique biographical approach of this survey, which represents over a decade of original research and packs in new facts about Ferrari's life, business practices, and influences.
This financing will be used by the company for the submission of a 510(k) application for its lead product, the HydroPICC, a superior peripherally inserted central catheter.
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With Adam and Eve--the archetypal story of temptation--as his inspiration, a new project by architect and designer Peter Marino peripherally helps people struggling with just that.
The intense detail into which he delves may give his intended audience deeper background into hazards that most people are at least peripherally aware of, and the intense research will serve to uphold the book's factual claims, if not its opinions on religious activity.