inner part

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At length, the pile yielded a little, a corner of a blanket fell, and a faint ray of light gleamed into the inner part of the cave.
Presently the sun set and it became dark, whereon the pair retired into the inner part of the cave and went to bed.
She was at her loom in an inner part of the house, weaving a double purple web, and embroidering it with many flowers.
After a glance at Geoffrey, the surgeon suddenly checked himself on the point of advancing to the inner part of the room, and remained standing at the window.
The Count had taken the lamp from the inner part of the room to see his friend clearly by the light of it.
When evening came the Princess Badoura retired to the inner part of the palace, and going to the apartments of the Princess Haiatelnefous she had the fifty jars of olives brought to her.
Before the rest he set flesh and inner parts thick with fat upon the hide, covering them with an ox paunch; but for Zeus he put the white bones dressed up with cunning art and covered with shining fat.
The highest vascular bundle concentration was found on the top at the outer part of bamboo culm with 3 bundles/mm2, while the lowest vascular bundle concentration was found on the bottom at the inner part of bamboo culm with 0.
The flexible inner part is said to be the key to the continuous flow of filler materials.
The iliacus component runs along the inner part of the wide bone of the pelvis.
In some cases a problem with the inner part of the ear, which is responsible for balance, can provoke attacks of giddiness.
According to the request, the vessel, which had a crew of 15 Filipinos and four Indians, entered the bay July 22 carrying goods such as corn and sailed into the inner part of the harbor to take refuge from an approaching typhoon.