Nothing compared to the litany of internal squabbles between right-wing radio hosts.
Perfect time for a nice little bipartisan hearing featuring the internal Revenue Service.
Salahaddin is an internal province of Iraq, and its force was tailored for counterinsurgency.
According to investigators, he acted with two policemen by order of the then-minister of internal Affairs, Yury Kravchenko.
And I think Nazie has an internal sense of, ‘That’s good,’ or ‘I just did good.
A survey of the internal history; ingenious, but as superficial as the Observations sur les Grecs by the same author.
A rule of internal life will always promote the health of the man.
But it had been added to at various periods, without any regard to outward appearance or internal regularity.
It was a great improvement in the internal discipline of the colony.
And finally, set back a hundred feet from the boulevard, the sullen, squat Ministry of internal Affairs.
early 15c., from Medieval Latin internalis, from Latin internus "within, inward, internal," figuratively "domestic," expanded from pre-Latin *interos, *interus "on the inside, inward," from PIE *en-ter- (cf. Old Church Slavonic anter, Sanskrit antar "within, between," Old High German unter "between," and the "down" sense of Old English under); suffixed (comparative) form of *en "in" (see in). Meaning "of or pertaining to the domestic affairs of a country (e.g. internal revenue) is from 1795. Internal combustion first recorded 1884. Related: Internally.
internal in·ter·nal (ĭn-tûr'nəl)
Located, acting, or effective within the body.
Of, relating to, or located within the limits or surface; inner.
: These ''internals'' or ''body packers'' swallow heroin encased in condoms or other packaging, disgorging their contraband to drug dealers, if they are not killed by leaking packages first (1990s+ Narcotics)