The Republicans have called their in-house campaign tech start-up Para Bellum Labs.
See Fred Barnes here, or AEI's in-house economics blogger here, or CNBC's Larry Kudlow here.
She started out in fashion as an assistant to Anna Wintour, soon rising the ranks to become an in-house stylist for Vogue.
He uses his detective skills to weed out the glory hounds who are trying to profit from having an in-house ghost.
Until a replacement is hired, the label's in-house design team will produce collections, including the upcoming Resort 2015.
This led him to create an "in-house" legal office to provide White House staffers with advice on a host of low-level matters.
But could hiring music executive Jimmy Iovine as the contestants' in-house mentor save the show?
I called the Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., to get some perspective from its in-house historian, Mark Stout.
There followed two meetings, totaling three hours, with MSNBC in-house lawyers and standards and practices staff.
The point is that the freight would have but one transfer—at the in-house of the Columbus terminals.