And Jo-nah was in-side the fish for three days and three nights.
"Now for a peep to see what is in-side," said the old gray rat.
In-side there was a heap of clean, warm hay, and on a blue plate were some nice bones.
And he who is in-side shall say, The door is now shut, and my chil-dren are with me in bed; I can-not rise and give thee.
The in-side puts their hands under the table, and the ring is given to one of the three players.
He is sick with too much thought, he gropes in his in-side, inspects his actions till they dissolve into nothing.
A hea-vi-ly la-den wag-gon creaks along the wind-ing road, co-ver-ed with a tilt as white as snow; but what has it in-side?