inner space

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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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Contract notice: Design and implementation monitoring for the redevelopment of inner spaces of the bastion (r + 2).
Without even asking, we are invited into the inner spaces of other people's existence.
Then this inner space is encapsulated as the inner spaces of characters in realist fiction.
A sequence of inner spaces include a leafy courtyard and garden.
It has a spacious foyer, arched hallways, a majestic mirrored courtyard door and inner spaces decked with intricate carvings and ornate antique furnishings.
Faces, places and inner spaces are general themes within which we can fit particular works of art.
The historic and architectural integrity of the building exterior will be maintained and Shangri-La will work with top interior designers to renew and enhance the inner spaces.
But in upcoming documentary, Inner Spaces, on BBC Three on Monday May 24, Fay Ripley and her Australian actor husband of two years, Daniel Lapaine, will be opening their doors to the viewing public.
And, somehow, like when we look in the mirror, we have the amazing capacity to blind our senses to the manmade barrenness and blight of our inner spaces.
Notre sourire nous effraye" conveys frightening flickerings of secret inner spaces, an inwardness, the contents of which Atlan is loath to reveal to others.
It is traveling through the desert of our own inner spaces and facing memories that still fester: wrongs we've done, wrongs done to us, grudges that we bear, buried feelings that still have a dark power over us.