1 They were outside in the shadow of the church.
2 But he went and sat outside the door and smoked.
3 Edna stayed outside, awaiting her husband's return.
4 She examined every detail of the outside before opening it.
5 Edna still felt dazed when she got outside in the open air.
6 The house was painted a dazzling white; the outside shutters, or jalousies, were green.
7 Some chickens were clucking outside the windows, scratching for bits of gravel in the grass.
8 Their home from the outside looked like a prison, with iron bars before the door and lower windows.
9 He reached up for her big, rough straw hat that hung on a peg outside the door, and put it on her head.
10 But changing her mind once more she resumed the peignoir, and went outside and sat down before her door.
11 They stood outside the window and the cook passed them their coffee and a roll, which they drank and ate from the window-sill.
12 And she perambulated around the outside of the house, investigating, looking to see if windows and shutters were secure and in order.
13 Madame Lebrun was bustling in and out, giving orders in a high key to a yard-boy whenever she got inside the house, and directions in an equally high voice to a dining-room servant whenever she got outside.
14 With ingenuous frankness he spoke of what a wicked, ill-disciplined boy he had been, and impulsively drew up his cuff to exhibit upon his wrist the scar from a saber cut which he had received in a duel outside of Paris when he was nineteen.
15 The lady in black had once received a pair of prayer-beads of curious workmanship from Mexico, with very special indulgence attached to them, but she had never been able to ascertain whether the indulgence extended outside the Mexican border.