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inland

1. of, concerning, or located in the interior of a country or region away from a sea or border
2. the interior of a country or region

inland

[′in·lənd]
(geography)
Interior land, not bordered by the sea.
References in classic literature ?
We came to the cliffs beside the little river where it empties into the bay with the great inland sea beyond.
There were long stretches of smooth-worn rock running for miles, exactly fitted to make seal-nurseries, and there were play-grounds of hard sand sloping inland behind them, and there were rollers for seals to dance in, and long grass to roll in, and sand dunes to climb up and down, and, best of all, Kotick knew by the feel of the water, which never deceives a true sea catch, that no men had ever come there.
It is fair to assume that inland the river is fed by pure streams, that there are fruits and herbs and game.
The IRS officers of BS-20 reshuffled include Mohammad Ahmad who is posted to the office if Commissioner Inland Revenue (WHT) Regional Tax Office, Gujranwala from Commissioner-IR, (IP/TFDHRM) Regional Tax Office, Lahore;
Inland Western was represented by Cosenza and provided legal representation by Charles Benvenuto.
Victoria Koenig and Kevin Myers, artistic director and associate director, respectively, of Inland Pacific Ballet, have devised a specific and purposeful game plan for growing their small classical company, based about forty miles east of downtown Los Angeles.
In general, there is less reason for them to move inland compared to containers in the United States, which has a more uniform distribution system throughout the country.
Tax Executives Institute thank the Government of the United Kingdom for affording us this opportunity to comment on the Consultative Document and commends the Inland Revenue for its work in this area.