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Outside the sun was shining.
I could hear the sound of voices coming from somewhere outside.
Three police cars were parked outside their house.
We waited outside in the corridor until it was our turn to go in.
A crowd had gathered outside the gates of the US embassy.
The exhibition will open on a site just outside Paris.
The postal service is better outside London.
Her name is almost unknown outside of Latin America.
Let’s go outside and sit in the sun.
I walked over to the window and looked outside.
Residents were warned not to venture outside their homes.
Emily Brontë had never travelled outside Yorkshire.
The outside walls were painted grey.
First remove the outside skin of the onion.
The outside of the house is in urgent need of repair.
classes held outside normal school hours
The failure was caused by circumstances outside our control.
Until then love was something outside my experience.
George’s passion outside business is rugby.
mathematical discoveries that will have a big impact outside of mathematics
Observers outside the government believe the programme is a waste of money.
The secret was never revealed outside the family circle.
The company brought in advisers from outside.
State governors resent outside interference from Washington.
The department has commissioned outside contractors to do the job.
I seldom meet anyone outside of the people I work with.