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1. Chem (of a compound) having a cyclic structure formed or apparently formed by reaction of one functional group in a molecule with another group in the same molecule
2. Archery
a. the red innermost ring on a target
b. a shot which hits this ring
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And so, Hester, I drew thee into my heart, into its innermost chamber, and sought to warm thee by the warmth which thy presence made there
But that gold watch he sought was the innermost life of the fish.
If there had been one person in that garden who had not known through all his or her innermost being that if an Egg were taken away or hurt the whole world would whirl round and crash through space and come to an end--if there had been even one who did not feel it and act accordingly there could have been no happiness even in that golden springtime air.
It gave him sufficient details of the death of Porthos to move the tender and devoted heart of Athos to its innermost fibers.
Wrapping the tiny body in a blanket, Jane laid it tenderly in the black hole, and, turning her head that she might not see the mouldy earth falling upon the pitiful little bundle, she breathed a prayer beside the grave of the nameless waif that had won its way to the innermost recesses of her heart.
The sight of this gang of ruffians banded together to prey upon the clergy had given rise to an idea in the boy's mind, which had been revolving in a nebulous way within the innermost recesses of his subconsciousness since his vanquishing of the three knights had brought him, so easily, such riches in the form of horses, arms, armor and gold.
They are waiting until they have led us into the innermost recesses of their stronghold, and then they will fall upon us and tear us to pieces with their teeth.
Two years ago, I was in the innermost, today I'm getting towards the outside edge.
They turned aside from the run-way at a place indicated by Binu Charley, and, sometimes crawling on hands and knees through the damp black muck, at other times creeping and climbing through the tangled undergrowth a dozen feet from the ground, they came to an immense banyan tree, half an acre in extent, that made in the innermost heart of the jungle a denser jungle of its own.
Rails The shared 'A1' bend is 24yds out from its innermost line.
New simulations of the planet's formation suggest that the innermost part of the inner core solidified shortly after Earth's assembly, rather than roughly 3 billion years later alongside the rest of the inner core.
Contract awarded for transportation of central park nebaj, quiche to san martin zapotitlEin, retalhuleu and san felipe, retalhuleu from 20 to 24 april 2015 to return innermost movement.