from outside

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  • The students are not allowed to bring people from outside the school.
  • They were the first team from outside a provincial capital to do so.
  • These centers provided for in the new town plan are not free from outside competition.
  • Initially, his friend watched through a window from outside the house.
  • At the same time more people, especially from outside the university, were attending.
  • He was elected without political influences from outside and in the best years of his life.
  • They did it all themselves, without help from outside.
  • These properties are special because they are visible from outside a black hole.
  • In a break with recent practice, the team selected a new assistant coach from outside the organization.
  • They believe that their culture is complete and does not need anything from outside cultures.
  • Five years later, it was the first area station to air live news from outside its studios.
  • Resistance came from outside the West of the country as well.
  • The majority of students are from outside the UK and represent more than fifty countries.
  • Some nations were invited to participate in the competition from outside the region.
  • There was no way to maintain a village from outside sources.
  • Individual language users operate within a system of meaning that is given to them from outside.
  • No school from outside the state of California has ever surpassed fourth place.
  • The refuge has no road access from outside and contains no roads.
  • In the former, the control comes from outside the nation-state, while in the latter it comes from within.
  • More than seven hundred come from outside the United States.
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