extraterritorial

[ US /ˌɛkstɹəˌtɛɹɪˈtɔɹiəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. outside territorial limits or jurisdiction
    enjoying exterritorial privileges and rights
    fishing in extraterritorial waters
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How To Use extraterritorial In A Sentence

  • By the early eighteenth century, American varieties of English, extraterritorial immigrant koines, began to emerge in several regions.
  • The US virtually always negotiates a 'status of forces agreement' (SOFA) with the ostensibly independent 'host' nation "- a modern day version of 19th century China's" extraterritoriality "granting foreigners charged with crimes the" right "to be tried by his (or her) own government under his (or her) own national law. Legitimizing Permanent Occupation of Iraq
  • Extraterritorial assassinations facilitated by unmanned drones have become, he writes, "an integral part" of national security strategy.
  • They see it as unilateral and potentially illegal because it may assert extraterritorial jurisdiction on carriers from other countries.
  • The discussion as to whether the First Amendment could have an extraterritorial reach is quite interesting, although it was only a District Court case.
  • Such extraterritorial application of organic law would have been so significant an innovation in the practice of governments that, if intended or apprehended, it could scarcely have failed to excite contemporary comment.
  • Although the statutory wording seems wide enough to cover such a case, this would be tantamount to according the Act extraterritorial character.
  • Lodging lake tahoe of a semantically skua unwebbed autocratically from a battler in sidesplitting ixobrychus with syneresis of cds that are not extraterritorial in your slickly gerbille at all. Rational Review
  • That is why I am about to go through the various indicia which indicate that there is a limited extraterritorial effect in this legislation.
  • Held incommunicado at the navy brig in Charleston, he cannot say; and the public, having no constitutional oversight over the extraterritorial prison in Cuba, does not know.
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