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inner space

n
1. (Physical Geography) the environment beneath the surface of the sea
2. the human mind regarded as being as unknown or as unfathomable as space
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InSight, a Mars lander designed to study the inner space of the planet, uses advanced instruments such as seismometer and heat-flow probe to collect preliminary data.
Yet for recent solo album Inner Space Times, Diggle embraced his more avant-garde, experimental side.
Mind you, they belong to the world of interior design, so one was already intrigued by the idea of seeing or hearing a story from men and women whose passion it is to improve the inner space of a structure to make it aesthetically pleasing.
Through the stone boulders at the garden's entrance, the eye will be drawn down the wide stone steps and into the inner space.
The MOB, he informs us, recognizes "the right of every individual to possess his inner space, to do what interests him with people he wants to see." Its enemies consist of "those who can't mind their own business because they have no business of their own to mind, any more than a small pox virus.
Tribune News Network Doha FOLLOWING a 205-day journey, NASA's InSight Mars Lander is set to touch down on Mars to begin a thorough exploration of the planet's inner space -- and the landing will be streamed live at Qatar National Library on November 26.
Pioneer of Inner Space: The Life of Fitz Hugh Ludlow
Abu Dhabi's Inner Space Meditation Centre director Sona Bahri performed a meditation form, Raja Yoga, which is an ancient Indian method of self-discovery.
the inner space of the smartphone as a resonance chamber to amplify sound.
Inner Space Dance Conversations: Contemporary and Odissi presented by TFA Inner Space Dance Company
There are two accredited Inner Space practitioners in the country - myself and Frank Quilas A- but you can also learn.