Apparently, all Palestinians have an inner Spider Man and scaling walls is child's play.
Right now his inner circle is debating furiously over which one takes priority.
Bromell is also no stranger to the inner workings of the intelligence community; his father worked for the CIA for 35 years.
Ana Finel Honigman spoke to his inner circle—including Ryan McGinley and Terence Koh, who share never-before-seen images of Snow.
My inner critic is a fierce enough creature; ultimately one does the best one can, whatever the critics say.
This rock in the inner crater was gray, pale and ghostly in the earthlight.
The inner gate had been closed for the night, so he lifted and went over the wall.
The Duke fumbled in an inner pocket, and dropped the memorandum into her hand.
The inner office was locked, but he had no difficulty in gaining admission.
And the more is this true with regard to the study of these inner things.
c.1400, from Old English inra, comp. of inne (adv.) "inside" (see in). Cf. Old High German innaro, German inner. An unusual evolution for a comparative, it has not been used with than since Middle English. Inner tube in the pneumatic tire sense is from 1894. Inner city, in reference to poverty and crime, is attested from 1968.