ins ins  /ˈɪnz/

Definition(s):

  • (n) an agency in the Department of Justice that enforces laws and regulations for the admission of foreign-born persons to the United States

Usage(s):

  1. In the era of high speed internet, an American institution proves its durability.
  2. In the era of high speed internet, an American institution proves its durability.
  3. From local music tie-ins like Larage's to new versions of American hits produced overseas with local casts, studios are thinking globally but acting locally.

News

  1. UFC 162 weigh-ins set for July 5 at Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Events Center

    Official fighter weigh-ins for next month's "UFC 162: Silva vs. Weidman" are slated for Friday, July 5 at Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Events Center.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: MMA Junkie

  2. Police search for burglars in Castle Rock break-ins

    KUSA - Castle Rock Police are looking for assailants in in one burglary and more than 20 car break-ins early Thursday morning. 
    on June 21, 2013     Source: 9 News Denver

  3. BREAK-INS: Two Linked To Thefts From Cars

    Des Moines police have made two arrests in connection with an investigation into several vehicle break-ins at fitness centers, daycare...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: WHO-TV 13 Des Moines

Quotes

  1. "I putted obviously really well to shoot nine-under," Lowery said. "But the last nine holes I made all the putts, seven birdies there on the last nine. Some of them were tap-ins, but some of them were pretty good."
    on Jul 30, 2009 By: Steve Lowery Source: AFP

  2. "Come on Quebece-ins (Quebecers), love me baby," said McCartney.
    on Jul 17, 2008 By: Paul McCartney Source: Washington Post

  3. "It's something that I want to be aware of and be cautious about, especially with the family, that everybody's protected," Pitt said. "I mean it's rare, but there are imbalanced people out there. I've had break-ins in the house ...... I've...
    on Sep 17, 2007 By: Brad Pitt Source: FOXNews

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