inside-out inside-out


  • (adj) with the inside surface on the outside


  1. When it was completed in 1977 the inside-out Pompidou Center in Paris, by Rogers and Renzo Piano, made the pair instantly famous.
  2. In his new book, photographer Nick Veasey creates inside-out images of the everyday and the bizarre.
  3. And this focal shift turns reality inside-out: The dead victim is vivid and alive in the dream of his sister, whose life may have lost focus because of her profound loss.


  • NBA Draft 2013: Dallas Mavericks select Mike Muscala with No. 44 pick

    Mike Muscala , a 6'11 center from Bucknell, has been selected by the Dallas Mavericks with the No. 44 pick in the 2013 NBA Draft . Muscala is an efficient big man with an inside-out offensive game and an impressive collegiate resume from his four years with the Bison.
    on June 28, 2013     Source:

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