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Externalto, on the outsideof
- prefix Toward the outside of, away from
Greater than, beyond
- prefix this sense?) (out-A A)
Surpasseven A in the well known characteristics of A. Written with a hyphen.
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Dow: It's not eating disorders and it's not out- /inpatient based addiction, which focuses mainly on drugs and alcohol and now a little bit sex.
The chatter in the blogosphere was had Putin out- Berlusconi-ed Berlusconi?
The ‘efficiency quotient’ given as net migration divided by gross migration i.e. the sum of in- and out- migration without regard to sign is practically zero.
The Population of the United States Douglas L. Anderton 1997
At some point in the last couple of years--we would place it sometime after Lehman Brothers went down but before the automakers were bailed out-
They discovered thefts after more than two years not because library patrons could not locate books they wanted to check out- but because the thief accidently left his "notebook list of books stolen" on a counter.
Hope for Change is out- most people have had more than enough hope, and want a change.
The Weekly Standard Juanmanuelsotoarg 4 minutes ago 11:46 PM for sure the wimpy dem leaders will cave in...they dont understand that the repubs are in this game for keeps...th e repubs are playing hard ball and the dems have not figured that out-
The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com Mitchell Bard 2011
As Election Day draws near, those who support Senate Bill 5 have also attracted out- of-state assistance.
To that end, the president has embarked on a series of out- of-town trips, pitching his $447 billion proposal to create jobs directly to the American people even as Republicans in Washington -- and some Democrats -- have said they won't pass it.
I never realized how massive it was until it was cleared out- stripped of the shelves, tables, merchandise racks filled with pretty journals and CDs, seating areas, and of course the employees, customers and books.
NPR Topics: News 2011