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intermural

 [in″ter-mu´ral]
between the walls of an organ or organs.

intermural

(ĭn″tĕr-mū′răl) [L. inter, between, + murus, wall]
Between the walls or sides of an organ.
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While a wide catch-all of businesses falls under the Arts, Entertainment and Recreation sub-sector--including gyms and fitness centers, pull-tab parlors, bingo halls, even intermural sports clubs--the fitness, sports and recreation centers constitute the largest portion, according to the State, representing 30 percent of the sub-sector last year.
In high school back in Ohio, Elder played intermural sports, some soccer, some basketball.
Currently, research collaboration in the biotechnology field is considerably more intermural in scope, bridging both the public and private sectors.
At the start of this article, I spoke of the courts' general reluctance to mediate intermural squabbles between the executive and legislative branches, including lawsuits filed by members of Congress.
Edward Wakeling's notes and commentary skillfully construct the contexts and characters of the intermural debates for which these pieces were mitten.
(4) Bates and Colby Colleges in Maine, for example, conduct both intra- and intermural competitions in Japanese-language debating.

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