- a carried on outside the bounds of an institution or community
- The current paper recovers Harris's identity as a doctoral candidate in neuroscience at UCLA, his occupation before he commenced what he calls his "extramural affair jumping into .
- Beyond these services, the extramural-hospital system offers the stay-at-homes trained therapists and household help.
- Indeed, a number of companies engaged in some bizarre extramural activities.
- Charles Grassley in Nature.com (subscription)
Academic freedom protects you from retaliation for your extramural remarks, but it does not protect you from being prohibited from teaching in an area where you are not professionally competent, and there are doubts on whether she has the... Cary Nelson http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cary_Nelson&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEveWT_9ZJc37pX8BI41m7S74fSQA Inside Higher Ed http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2009/07/08/nyu&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH7yO-TIkL4VrNWIKJTwE3ShMZzZA Jul 8, 2009
35685 45151 extramural NIH oversight of the extramural program is lax and leaves people with nothing more than questions," said Grassley in a letter to Zerhouni that he inserted into the Congressional Record on 4 June.
- Colin Graham in Boston Globe (registration)
It's very much a kabuki stage,Graham says of the set design, "that really demands a kind of pristine and generally sincere approach to the drama within it, without giving it extramural glosses, like A-bombs and all that. There have been so...