It is the external expression of an ideology of Islam that needs to go.
Sufficiently convinced that he might know what he was doing, I set my boundaries: hands only, external only, no reciprocation.
No external marker lets us define exactly who in the new upper class does and does not fit this indictment.
There is also his conviction that the human heart processes and integrates sensations from the external world.
The church building has the external size and shape of an army barracks.
The interior of Trinity College corresponds with its external elegance.
There is no more reason to believe in oneself than in the external world.
Yet the love of external nature was very different in the two men.
If it is an imperfect word, no external circumstance can heighten its value as poetry.
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.