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ex·te·ri·or

(eks-tē'rē-ōr),
Outside; external.
[L.]

exterior

[L.]
Outside of; external; opposite of interior or internal.
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(2004) could also be distinguished exteriorly in the adult females used in this study.
Exteriorly he remained correct, but his libido was in a state of wild extraversion.
Needing more room in his 1,500-square-foot, landmark building, which could not be altered exteriorly, the owner decided to create the extra selling space in the basement by installing a $100,000 escalator to transport shopping carts between floors.
Big soft swelling over the hard palate measuring about 5x5 cms protruding through the mouth exteriorly. Extra oral examination revealed no congenital facial defects.
(1) If God creates, necessarily he creates in order to manifest his glory exteriorly and not to manifest himself to himself, as if, by creating, he could better himself in his own sight.
drawn to a sharp tip and exteriorly may bear cuticular sculpturings such as grooves or spicules.
Sigmelasma peepi from the topmost Ordovician Porkuni Stage is exteriorly rather similar to Kinnella kielanae (Temple 1965), a characteristic brachiopod of the Hirnantia brachiopod Fauna (Lesperance & Sheehan 1976; Rong 1984; Stott & Jin 2007).
But II call] wide faith any other supernatural knowledge of the good derived partly from the external testimony of irrational creatures or from the internal inspiration of God, which knowledge God inserts like a voice into the hearing of the mind, instructing man in an interior school without a voice sounding exteriorly.(38)
Non-living things (atoms, stellar objects, etc.) move exteriorly; they are "minerals." Archaebacteria and bacteria grow and reproduce; they are operationally plants.
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.