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inner

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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Transformation Hymns in innerness, dance before the ark, uproar and parade in the ripening vine.
2 John McAllister (James Fuentes, New York) McAllister's paintings are Debussyish Matisseries, particularly Innerly Innerness, 2010, with its "red studio" floating atop sweetly dissonant fields of pink, orange, and purple stripes.
We teach from our innerness, and we testify (Patterson, 1991).
But perhaps the basic point here is that the transposition of bad moral conduct into the language of social acceptability and social capital removes it entirely from the innerness of the moral life.