middle

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  • Four characters stand around a table in the middle of the room.
  • This project introduced the terms front end, middle end, and back end.
  • The school district has five elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school.
  • Middle school-aged students generally have separate buildings dedicated to them.
  • The middle house became the city hall and was later connected with the neighbouring buildings.
  • This book was one of the most popular of the Middle Ages.
  • In the Middle Ages the sea was known by variety of names.
  • He was a left-handed middle order batsman, and scored one first class century.
  • In the 1920s students played the game and it became a largely middle class sport.
  • The event was visible in much of southern Asia and the Middle East.
  • It is available at the middle-school, high-school, collegiate and best known for all-star.
  • The next level of middle management may be called vice president, director or manager, depending on the company.
  • In many ways, Germany never caught up during the rest of the Middle Ages.
  • Cheerleading in middle school sometimes can be a two-season activity: fall and winter.
  • The convention is to write the first name followed by middle names and surname.
  • The Middle Ages brought about major changes within the church.
  • Britain maintained a military presence in the Middle East for another decade.
  • In the early Middle Ages, black was commonly associated with darkness and evil.
  • The middle section shows the population directly after exposure, the phase in which selection took place.
  • After ten hours a doctor arrived from the neighboring village and operated on him in the middle of the night.
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Meaning of middle

  • noun An intermediate part or section
    A whole is that which has beginning, middle, and end"- Aristotle
  • noun The middle area of the human torso (usually in front)
    young American women believe that a bare midriff is fashionable
  • noun Time between the beginning and the end of a temporal period
    the middle of the war, rain during the middle of April
  • verb Put in the middle
  • adjective Of a stage in the development of a language or literature between earlier and later stages
    Middle English is the English language from about 1100 to 1500, Middle Gaelic
  • adjective Between an earlier and a later period of time
    in the middle years, in his middle thirties