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Ira Glass eventually tapped the up-and-comers to be the in-house band for This American Life.

His works—along with accompanying papers—were so perfectly crafted that no one, not even in-house experts, questioned a thing.

It is customary for political campaigns to keep their most forthright views in-house.

The Republicans have called their in-house campaign tech start-up Para Bellum Labs.

Until a replacement is hired, the label's in-house design team will produce collections, including the upcoming Resort 2015.

It was a delightful party, a credit to Ben, Betty and the finest built-in house robots the mind of Amalgamated could devise.

The point is that the freight would have but one transfer—at the in-house of the Columbus terminals.

When five nights had passed, while guard was being kept in the lying-in-house, on the sixth night a cloud suddenly came there.

Yugoslavia was rather self sufficient and conducted much of its value added and trading activities in-house.

How love made its way into a walled-in house and a walled-in heart.


On this page you'll find 74 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to in-house, such as: autogenous, domestic, endogenous, gut, home, and inland.

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