The Times was forced to shift into full-blown damage-control mode, both internally and externally.
The next questions are around issues that might threaten that peace—not only externally, but also from within a community.
Third, to justify a killing, the target would also have to be "externally focused."
You do have a reputation of being frighteningly competitive, both internally and externally with other networks.
But the "living sacrifice" Paul mentions is righteous before God, and also externally holy.
externally it might be, in the matter of not referring to it again.
You pay it without a murmur, externally; and hope you are done with it.
False in form, dead in heart, and loaded with wealth, externally.
The modern doorway arch, externally, has a dog-tooth moulding, with floriated finials.
externally the building must have presented a very simple appearance.
external ex·ter·nal (ĭk-stûr'nəl)
Relating to, connected with, or existing on the outside; exterior.