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in·land

 (ĭn′lənd)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or located in the interior part of a country or region: inland freshwater lakes and ponds.
2. Chiefly British Operating or applying within the borders of a country or region; domestic: inland tariffs.
adv.
In, toward, or into the interior of a country or region.
n. (-lănd′, -lənd)
The interior of a country or region.

in′land′er n.
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in•land•er

(ˈɪn lən dər)

n.
a person living inland.
[1600–10]
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Inlanders all, they come from lanes and alleys, streets and avenues, --north, east, south, and west.
He came back as an active Inlander: running its membership campaign, chairing the fund-raising drive that tripled the coffers of the Inland Foundation -- and getting on the leadership track.
For instance, he wants to overhaul the "kind of nuts-and-bolts" look of Inland's promotion brochures, and change the focus of the association's twice-monthly publication, the Inlander.
Philip Blacker 63 jump jockey-turned-sculptor; Alex Hassinger 50 trainer of Cigar & Anees; Darrell Vienna 66 trainer of Fly Till Dawn & Gilded Time; John Blundell 80 trainer of Sam Da Vinci; Sheila Grassick 56 owner of Newtown Stud; Cot Campbell 85 co-owner of Inlander & Storm Song; John Inverdale 55 co-owner of Make A Stand & Amour Propre; Tom Marshall 62 chairman of the Oh So Risky Syndicate; Diana Jones 54 former champion lady rider; Laura Morgan 26 travelling head groom to Chris Bealby; Graham Wilks 69 former clerk of the scales; Anna Moore 37 bloodstock agent; Jason Hart 18 jockey Please notify birthdays at least one week before publication
Ideas from the seminars are also recycled in a column president-elect Ken Bronson writes for the The Inlander, the association's semi-monthly newsletter.
John Akehurst left the winner out of the County Hurdle and will aim him instead at the Sunderlands Imperial Cup, a race won by his father Reg with Inlander.
Adams also scored at Royal Ascot on the Reg Akehurst-trained Inlander (Ascot Stakes) and enjoyed many a good pay-day on the tough Ardrox Lad, the Michael Blanshard-trained sprinter.
When the inlander from Nazareth suggested that Peter head out for the deep, it must have seemed unrealistic and at least a little odd.
A report by (https://www.inlander.com/spokane/hemp-is-getting-legalized-why-thats-good-for-cannabis/Content?oid=15661171) Inlander also suggested that the legalization of industrial hemp may open the doors for the eventual acceptance and legalization of marijuana.
It was over a few drinks that Jacob Fries, editor of the Spokane (Wash.) Inlander, and novelist Sam Ligon decided to embark on a "weird and ambitious" project together.
When circumstances are similar, we make an easy transition from the others to us; but we easily ignore remote and unrelated evils; the inlander does not care about a serious shipwreck, and the monk is unmoved by the miseries of a soldier's life.