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INS

1
or I.N.S.
  1. Immigration and Naturalization Service.
  2. International News Service, a news-gathering agency: merged in 1958 with United Press to form United Press International.


ins.

2

abbreviation for

  1. inches.
  2. Chiefly British. inscribed.
  3. inspector.
  4. insulated.
  5. insurance.

INS

1

abbreviation for

  1. International News Service


ins.

2

abbreviation for

  1. inches

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Example Sentences

DeCrow would come to lead a movement against this practice, suing the Hotel Syracuse in 1969 and calling for protests and sit-ins.

I wanted to ask the question I think every mother who is fascinated by the ins and outs of the real case wants answered.

There are many kinds of allegories in the ancient world, but it would be unusual for people to be stand-ins for other people.

They take pictures of the information that is posted for public viewing, and even record videos of the teach-ins.

Others sported beaded necklaces, handcrafted hair clip-ins and rings all of similar caliber.

When a pupil makes his own Correlations, every concurrence he uses is a real concurrence to him, and so with his Ins.

What, he that weares a clout about his necke,His cuffes ins pocket, and his heart ins mouth?

Of cave-ins and explosions she had heard and read a good deal.

In their eyes, an election is not the decision of a great, impartial jury, but a struggle between the "ins" and the "outs."

His own opinion was asked about one matter, as they inspected the cut-ins of the ramp cleaving Crenshaw Hill.

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