Occurring or situated outside of the walls or boundaries, as of a community: the university's extramural courses. (adjective)
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Use "extramural" in a sentence
"He has been, and is active in extramural ways, such as serving on advisory councils, the Board of Appleby College, and being part of a federal task force which, in 1983, investigated the automotive industry in North America and urged a greater Canadian content in imported cars."
"The UC President calls the extramural grant people"
"The National Cancer Institute handed out $3.14 billion in so-called extramural grants in fiscal year 2008, a slight drop from 2007 and down from $3.25 billion in 2005."