At the time, Ihsanoglu said he “did not see much support for external military intervention.”
No external marker lets us define exactly who in the new upper class does and does not fit this indictment.
They also found that these conditions occurred in the womb and were not due to external or environmental factors.
There is also his conviction that the human heart processes and integrates sensations from the external world.
When it does go public, it will be ready for feedback from external parties.
The interior of Trinity College corresponds with its external elegance.
It forced at least external conformity and silence, especially of the masses.
Yet the love of external nature was very different in the two men.
The question again is wholly a question of knowledge, or other external standard.
Having no external resources, they turned their thoughts inward and led forth their own faculties.
external ex·ter·nal (ĭk-stûr'nəl)
Relating to, connected with, or existing on the outside; exterior.