from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Also; besides.
  • Nearer to any object; close: opposed to out-over.
  • Same as inby.


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  • And it, in turn, raises the question now of whether the United States might consider similar raids into Iran, which is in-over the past two years, has been increasingly blamed by the United States for supporting militant activity by especially Shiites in Iraq, based in training camps and transit facilities and so forth, both outside Tehran and along the Iran-Iraq border.

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  • The money poured in-over a hundred dollars in a fairly short amount of time.

    Pacific Free Press - Hard Truths for Hard Times - Progressive opinion, dissident news


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