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IN

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for INDIA.

IN

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of India. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Indian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for India. This is used as an international standard for shipping to India. All states and Union territories have their own codes with the prefix "IN." For example, the code for the State of West Bengal ISO 3166-2:IN-WB.
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But, dead or alive, he was a riddle--he who had always hidden in the inmost chamber out there in the wet woods, unarmed and alone.
He gave up worshipping idols, and although he did not at once become Christian, "he often sat alone with silent lips, while in his inmost heart he argued much with himself, considering what was best to do and what religion he should hold to.
A bosom friend--an intimate friend, you know--a really kindred spirit to whom I can confide my inmost soul.
I now forgave him from my heart his reckless slight of me, and I felt ashamed at my pettish resentment of such a trifle - ashamed too of those bitter envious pangs that gnawed my inmost heart, in spite of all this admiration and delight.
As he did not, however, outwardly express any such disgust, it would be an ill office in us to pay a visit to the inmost recesses of his mind, as some scandalous people search into the most secret affairs of their friends, and often pry into their closets and cupboards, only to discover their poverty and meanness to the world.
Something shook her life in its inmost recesses, and she shivered.
They pardon thee in their inmost hearts only--for thine errors.
His yellow face turned to a more deadly colour when he saw the Captain, and he slunk back guiltily into the inmost parlour.
He saw that the inmost recesses of her soul, that had always hitherto lain open before him, were closed against him.
I looked along them, and I saw down into his inmost heart.
There sat the man who had traced to their source the mighty ponds of Hampstead, and agitated the scientific world with his Theory of Tittlebats, as calm and unmoved as the deep waters of the one on a frosty day, or as a solitary specimen of the other in the inmost recesses of an earthen jar.
The narrative lasted long, for Maggie had never before known the relief of such an outpouring; she had never before told Lucy anything of her inmost life; and the sweet face bent toward her with sympathetic interest, and the little hand pressing hers, encouraged her to speak on.