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in·te·ri·or

 (ĭn-tîr′ē-ər)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or located on the inside; inner.
2. Of or relating to one's mental or spiritual being: "She thinks she has no soul, no interior life, but the truth is that she has no access to it" (David Denby).
3. Situated away from a coast or border; inland.
n.
1. The internal portion or area.
2. One's mental or spiritual life.
3. The inland part of a political or geographic entity.
4. The internal affairs of a country or nation.
5. A representation of the inside of a building or room, as in a photograph.

[Ultimately Latin, comparative adj. of inter, between; see en in Indo-European roots.]

in·te′ri·or′i·ty (-ôr′ĭ-tē, -ŏr′-) n.
in·te′ri·or·ly adv.
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In each iteration merging and splitting occurs after a certain predicted clusters, and the quantity of clusters from the interiorly steps taken by the merging or splitting techniques.
The muscularis mucosa, which is the last layer of the mucosa, is composed of two smooth muscle layers that are circular interiorly and longitudinal exteriorly.
Superiorly based flaps were planned for the eyelids, nose and the hard palate; interiorly based flaps for the oral cavity except the hard palate.
Sternal shield is 165 (159-170) long, 162 (161-164) wide at the level coxae II and bearing three pairs of pilose setae and two pairs of pores: linea angulata and linea arcuata slightly curved with punctates, linea arcuata "M-shaped" with punctures; linea obiligue anterior with a smooth curved line; linea media transvera slightly curved, having small punctured on posterior; linea obilique posterior curved interiorly with punctures.
For these measurements, the iliac crest was taken as the fixed reference point, while the mobile point used was the axillaries line collateral to the iliac crest interiorly, such that the fixed arm of the goniometer remained central in the lateral region of the trunk.
Halstead's test The patient moves his shoulders interiorly and medially, while sticking his chest out in a military posture.
Already novice Master in Medina del Campo (Valladolid, Spain), he experienced from 1566 on a prayer of quietness and a passive contemplation that lead him to understand his experience of prayer as profound silence: "My prayer is putting myself in his presence, being quiet before him, presence given interiorly and corporeally to be quiet in his presence is a great treasure" (34).
Indeed, the construction of zero-dynamics for output regulation of certain interiorly controlled PDEs is also straightforward (see, e.
A cyst can be defined as a pathological cavity usually inside bone lined interiorly by epithelium and exteriorly by connective tissue filled with fluid or semifluid.
The main strength of this study is that it covers the villages that are located very interiorly where the transportation facilities were not frequent.
God is found in every dimension of creation: God "acts interiorly in all things," because "God is the cause of esse, which is innermost in all things" (49) All things exist only as created by God ex nihilo at every moment.