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1. Politics of or involving a nation's domestic as opposed to foreign affairs
2. Education denoting assessment by examiners who are employed at the candidate's place of study
3. situated within, affecting, or relating to the inside of the body
4. a medical examination of the vagina, uterus, or rectum
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SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Pasca John Masua, internally displace person from Maridi County.
Latest statistics from January 2015 had recorded 507,000 internally displaced families.
The aid will be stored in UNHCR's warehouse in Tartous for distribution to internally displaced persons in war-affected communities throughout Syria.
The researchers found that markers of synaptic activity display a marked decrease in monkeys trained to perform sequences of movements that are guided from memory - an internally generated task - rather than from vision.
Three internally illuminated fascia signs, four blue fascia signs; two internally illuminated projecting signs; one ATM vinyl; one food vinyl and one store entrance vinyl (advertisement consent), land at Wakefield Road, Hipperholme.
Land adjacent to 11 to 12 Bull Yard, city centre display of internally lit digital advertising pillar.
Communicate strategy intensively both internally and externally, to make clear to the market the value of an organization with a high degree of employee engagement.
Under the aegis of Sudanese diplomat Francis Deng, the United Nations developed the Guiding Principles in 1998, since the existing international treaties mentioned above all contained gaps in coverage, especially for internally displaced persons.
Display of 2 internally illuminated single-sided static advertisement units on bus shelter.
was founded in 1958 and that same year was offering for sale internally heated nozzle and sprue-bushing kits.
Much of the focus of the text relates to a "5% rule" to use internally to make assessments on the likelihood of misstatements being material.
Suppose you're replacing a bad regulator that happens to be one of the internally grounded ones.