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outside of

Except for; besides; aside from. Outside of a couple usual troublemakers, the class behaved extremely well during the field trip. The company doesn't give me any benefits outside of what's mandated by the government.
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outside of something

except for something; besides something. Outside of the cost of my laundry, I have practically no expenses. Outside of some new shoes, I don't need any new clothing.
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outside of

Except for, aside from, as in Outside of a little lipstick, she wore no makeup. [Colloquial; mid-1800s]
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Less than a third of employees who check email outside of normal working hours say their ability to get their job done would suffer if they quit doing it.
The Detroit design community needs to step outside of the confines of Motown and get a close-up and personal glimpse of what's happening in the rest of the world.
Consequently, teaching qualitative methods in sociology can involve teaching "just" sociology, at the exclusion of techniques outside of the canon.
And Klein, who touts the New York City Department of Education as the nation's most charter-friendly district, says the district's charters are not outside of the system.
After all, universities are in the business of brainpower, so there's sometimes an unfortunate bias against expertise that comes from outside of the academy.
It is critical that the auditors of both public and non-public companies meet with the audit committee or a designated independent director outside of the ears and eyes of management.
This will probably require your attention on the outside of the house, focusing on the site grading and foundation drainage.
However, the idea that institutional critique opposes art to institution, or supposes that radical artistic practices can or ever did exist outside of the institution of art before being "institutionalized" by museums, is contradicted at every turn by the writings and work of Asher, Broodthaers, Buren, and Haacke.
1) Cut two pieces of fabric (12 inches-by-9 inches) for the outside of the tote and two for the lining.
It took a pioneering, entrepreneurial mind to step outside of the traditional and define a plane as a paper ball.
67(e)(1)'s second requirement to refer only to expenses unique to trust or estate administration and not customarily incurred outside of that context, the court concluded that the investment advisory and management fees the taxpayer paid were commonly incurred outside of the trust context and, thus, subject to the 2% floor.
This would occur if the defensive end aligns head up to outside of the TE.
Benston shows that there is never a Self transcendent from its unnaming, and one can never act and/or write outside of one's history.
It is also possible that 2 to 4 million SF of leases may permanently move outside of Manhattan.