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The interior video shows the gunman firing the shot through the window.
One of its top officials is the current minister of the interior in Baghad.
“We know the outbreak is still flaming strongly in western Sierra Leone and some parts of the interior of Guinea,” said Nabarro.
Hedwig calls on me to have a much more expansive energy—not so interior.
An Italian interior Ministry official told The Daily Beast that issues in Africa offered a more accurate explanation.
Some came from the interior of Africa and had woolly hair and thick lips.
Hawarden is called a Castle, but it has not, either in its exterior or interior, the aspect of a Castle.
The apparatus and its weights are arranged in the interior of the vessel.
It was brown as to crust, and flaky and light as to interior.
Everything was on a colossal scale, and trim as a Dutch interior.
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late 15c., from Middle French intérieur and directly from Latin interior “inner, interior, middle,” comparative adjective of inter “within” (see inter-). Meaning “of the interior parts of a country” is from 1777; meaning “internal affairs of a country or state” (as in U.S. Department of the Interior ) is from 1838. Interior decoration first attested 1807. Interior design from 1927.
“part of a country distant from the coast,” 1796, from interior (adj.); meaning “inside of a building or room” is from 1829.