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intramuralin‧tra‧mu‧ral /ˌɪntrəˈmjʊərəl◂ $ -ˈmjʊr-/ adjective American English  SECSEShappening within one school, or intended for the students of one school an intramural softball competition extramural
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intramuralThe unleaded double-case double lid is met with in parochial, rather than private, vaults and both intramural and churchyard brick-lined graves.He attacked intramural burial, the Mendicant Orders, and bullfights - all characteristic policies of enlightened statesmen.The two camps traded insults, moans and jeers, threatening occasionally to turn the proceedings into an intramural debate.This report describes an intramural haematoma of the oesophagus, a rare but potentially dangerous complication of variceal injection.The sports program was intramural softball in a little courtyard.intramural sportsThis is when the physical education program takes place as well, including a fair number of intramural sports.Instead, it led to a complicated intramural struggle.
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