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in tur nuh lee

  • r  on or from the inside
    an internally controlled environment

  • Odhaib's neighborhood is home to about 30,000 internally displaced people.
  • I think part of the excitement of POY (as we call it internally)--and part of the challenge--is picking one individual who fits the description of the person who has most .
  • But true to form, the Bush administration continues to be extremely tight-lipped about the investigation -- even internally.
News & Articles


  • Mark Recchi in Regina Leader-Post
    He can come in and just be a player, which I think is the most important thing for a young teammate,Recchi said. "There is not pressure for this kid to come in, internally, he doesn't have to come in and be a world-beater. There's a lot of...
  • Mike Singletary in ESPN
    When asked Monday if his team filed charges, 49ers coach Mike Singletary said it's a situation "the league is going to handle internally."
  • Adm William Fallon in USA Today
    They see they've got real problems internally,Fallon said in a 20-minute interview with three reporters accompanying Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, at a private conference here of military chiefs from Middle Eastern...

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