1. a term used to describe the position of a ball that is closer to the hole than another shot. 2. closer to the body. Example: 1. "Paul's shot was within 6 feet of the pin but Todd put his shot inside Paul's." 2. "The natural arc of a backswing travels first along the target line and then inside the target line."
of a player's path: relatively close (in reference to the sides of the field) to where the ball was snapped from. Thus, a ballcarrier's path in crossing the neutral zone may be said to be "inside" of an opponent, or an "inside run" in general, and a rushing defensive player may be said to put on an "inside move" or "inside rush". of the movement of the ball between players: directed toward a player who cuts between a player in the backfield who throws or hands the ball and the place from which it was snapped. Thus, an "inside pass" or "inside handoff". An "inside reverse" (sometimes called a scissors play) is a reverse play via an inside handoff.
Inside (1993) was the first and only full-length album released by British rock band Presence; it was released through Smash Records, a subsidiary of Island Records. Although Inside was well-received by critics, it was a commercial failure, and the band dissolved shortly afterwards.
Refers to the hosts protected by the firewall. In common parlance, these hosts are behind the firewall, and hence on an inside network. So, by extension, the unprotected networks and hosts are considered to be outside the firewall.