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symbol for the element indiumindium
, a metallic chemical element; symbol In; at. no. 49; at. wt. 114.818; m.p. 156.6°C;; b.p. about 2,080°C;; sp. gr. 7.31 at 20°C;; valence +1, +2, or +3. Indium is a soft, malleable, ductile, lustrous, silver-white metallic element; it crystallizes in a
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Indiana State Information

Phone: (317) 233-0800
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Area (sq mi):: 36417.73 (land 35866.90; water 550.83) Population per square mile: 174.90
Population 2005: 6,271,973 State rank: 0 Population change: 2000-20005 3.10%; 1990-2000 9.70% Population 2000: 6,080,485 (White 85.80%; Black or African American 8.40%; Hispanic or Latino 3.50%; Asian 1.00%; Other 3.10%). Foreign born: 3.10%. Median age: 35.20
Income 2000: per capita $20,397; median household $41,567; Population below poverty level: 9.50% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $27,132-$28,838
Unemployment (2004): 5.30% Unemployment change (from 2000): 2.40% Median travel time to work: 22.60 minutes Working outside county of residence: 29.00%

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    In

    (chemistry)

    in.

    Abbr. for “inch.”

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    in antis
    See anta and distyle in antis.

    in

    (networking)
    The country code for India.

    IN

    (Intelligent Network) The public switched telephone network architecture of the 1990s, which was developed by Bellcore and the ITU. Bellcore later became iconectiv, an American subsidiary of Ericsson. The Intelligent Network was created to provide a variety of advanced telephony services such as 800 number translation, local number portability (LNP), call forwarding, call screening and wireless integration. While Bellcore named its version AIN (Advanced Intelligent Network) for use in North America, there are a variety of proprietary versions throughout the world based on the ITU standard.

    The IN uses the SS7 signaling protocol in which voice calls (or modem data) travel through circuit-switched voice switches, while control signals travel over an SS7 packet-switched network. See SS7 and converged network.
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    Some readers regard this behavior of "the inmost form" as the activity mentioned above "on the part of the numen as, for instance, the sense 'this withdraws from my grasp"'; that is, "the 'deus mobilis,' who is no mere universally extended being, but an august mystery, that comes and goes, approaches and withdraws" (Otto 220).
    I watched her and knew more than I had before, but this was some other kind of knowledge--not inmost, but no less genuine for that.
    Analyzing Aylmer's encasement of Georgiana as "a kind of sensitized photographic plate," Smith questions the scientist/photographer's ethics in "The Birthmark." Similarly, Dana Medoro, in "'Looking into their Inmost Nature': The Speculum and Sexual Selection in 'Rappaccini's Daughter'," examines the ethical dimension of the early nineteenth-century scientists experimenting with eugenics and applies the "proto-eugenic" discourse of the time to an analysis of Hawthorne's "Rappaccini's Daughter." Hawthorne's objectified woman in this story is compared to the woman depicted in gynecological treatises, and the tale is fraught with fears about "potential degeneracy" associated with "race and reproduction."
    Squires represented both the buyer and seller inmost of his transactions, including the $4.01 million sale of 900 South Ave, and the $1.85 million sale of 22 Westfield, in Roselle Park.
    Behold, you are pleased with sincerity of heart, and in my inmost being you teach me wisdom.
    Only with optical aid can a connoisseur's gaze penetrate into the inmost depths of the 7.9-mm-tall movement.
    and bagmen curled into their inmost snail chambers,
    Love Letters, according to the wife of the poet William Wordsworth, is eC[pounds sterling]the breathing of thy inmost heart upon papereC[yen].
    Their memory, A fragrance, Lingers On the living air, Their voices speak In the inmost ear Of those they loved, Of those, Remembering, Who loved them.
    Loftus continued to dominate the second half with Kirk instrumental inmost of the play, and he capped a man-of-the-match performance with two goals.
    Desire is an amatory impulse of the inmost human parts," he wrote in one extract, foreshadowing the Freudian "id." All traces of the book quickly disappeared, but the legal indictment quotes lengthy passages by Cannon, preserving his words for posterity.