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The dream signifies nothing but this wish of yours to see him again, against which you are fighting inwardly.
He was much shaken of late, and aged, and his mind was working inwardly.
Beauty could not help smiling inwardly at his clumsy compliments.
Their military is currently inwardly focused on controlling its citizens.
Also historically, they have been an inwardly looking nation.
Inwardly she begged the nun to turn and stop the noise.
Craig was seen by some of his detractors as too inwardly focused.
The balconies extend outside the ship rather than inwardly, as they do on many ships, so rooms are a bit wider and feel more open.
Inwardly, the life of any party and first aid to modern entertaining.
There is no clue that inwardly the maple seethes in the breaking up of winter.
She made an organic whole of this outwardly lurid, inwardly elusive part.
There is a natural tendency in times of local or national economic distress to become inwardly focused.
First, it is not quite true that all philosophy is that technical or inwardly turned.
Inwardly it is better than a dozen vast and weighty and piously pompous studies in race relations.
Ben, outwardly successful, is inwardly tormented by doubt.
He meets the world with the gaze of an outsider whose attention is inwardly en-gaged.
Outwardly appearing as common folk, inwardly they shared a millennial sense of their own significance.
As he gave his speech the orator moved in imagination through his memory building, inwardly seeing the images on the places.
Ah yes, the reader inwardly exclaims, that's revolution.
People struggled with themselves inwardly when those they knew, or members of their family, were suddenly arrested.
Being sad and focusing one's thoughts inwardly usually go hand in hand.

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