1. outside territorial limits or jurisdiction
    enjoying exterritorial privileges and rights
    fishing in extraterritorial waters
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  • Here there can be no explanations other than another instance of arrogant application by the United States in an exterritorial manner of its national American laws. ArmsControlWonk
  • As to the legal contention that the right of police control is a natural corollary to the right of exterritoriality, it must be said that ever since the grant of consular jurisdiction to foreigners by China in her first treaties, this is the first time that such a claim has been seriously put forward. The Fight for the Republic in China
  • It is well to remind you that under the exterritoriality clause of our treaty with China, all Americans in China are under the protection and control of our consular representatives. Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls or, War on the White Slave Trade
  • He regarded a foreign consul, with the right of exterritoriality, as a hostile force in the way of his ambitions, and, therefore, until he found that one was not to be bought or worried into indifference to the injustice perpetrated around him, he treated him as an enemy. The Autobiography of a Journalist
  • enjoying exterritorial privileges and rights
  • These are the inclusion of the Free City of Danzig into the Third Reich and the permission to build an exterritorial motorway and a railway linking East Prussia and Germany proper. Gates of Vienna
  • It is further contended that the stationing of police officers is but a corollary to the right of exterritoriality, and that it is in no way a derogation of Chinese sovereignty. The Fight for the Republic in China
  • At this point, Case meets a mysterious CIA agent, Derek Stratton, who warns Case about the exterritorial plot to kidnap him and others. too. Mystery Of Everyman’s Way: Paul Collins | SciFi UK Review
  • We can only say that if this interpretation of exterritoriality is correct the other nations enjoying exteriorality in China have been very neglectful in the assertion of their just rights. The Fight for the Republic in China
  • If it be argued that the policy aims at securing for China her right to live as an unfettered nation, then we ought to ask for the cancellation of the entire Boxer Indemnities, the abolition of exterritoriality, the retrocession of the foreign concessions and the repeal or amendment of all unjust treaties after the war. The Fight for the Republic in China
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