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at, in, near, or being the center

a point or an area equidistant from all sides of something

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an intermediate part or section

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the middle area of the human torso (usually in front)

time between the beginning and the end of a temporal period

put in the middle

being neither at the beginning nor at the end in a series

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equally distant from the extremes

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of a stage in the development of a language or literature between earlier and later stages

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between an earlier and a later period of time

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The Middle East covers parts of which three continents?
The realtor was not only the facilitator of the middle class, he was also its living manly manifestation.
One line of research examines the role of family involvement in homework management at the middle school level.
Recent construction of middle class housing at Arverne by the Sea, a development in Far Rockaway, and sites assigned to developers in Queens and Chelsea, prove Bloomberg is working towards trying to solve the problem.
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For an in-depth history of this region, Kenneth Cragg's The Arab Christian: A History in the Middle East (Westminster John Knox, 1991) remains essential.
This is not to suggest that products offered in the middle are immediately doomed--the middle of the market, Silverstein notes, "is still the biggest piece of the consumer goods pie, with some $2 trillion worth of spending each year in the United States"--but the problem is that it is shrinking.
While school counseling has roots in developmental practice, middle school counseling programs and counselors in particular must be developmentally responsive.
President Bush's approach to Iraq and to the Middle East in general has been greatly influenced by a group of foreign-policy thinkers whose defining experience was as hawkish advisors to President Reagan and the first President Bush, and who in the last few years have made an explicit comparison between Middle Eastern regimes and the Soviet Union.
During the last week of February, I had the opportunity to visit several Middle Eastern cities, including Ramallah, Jerusalem, Amman, Riyadh, and Cairo.
IN HIS BOOK The Dream Palace of the Arabs (1998), the Middle East scholar Fouad Ajami took a page out of Edmund Wilson's Patriotic Gore (1962) in closing a chapter by describing a son as a coda to his departed father.
Middle managers--bosses without portfolios, the interface between top executives and staff and the source of the best business intelligence--tend to be misused, underused and overworked.
On August 1, 1801, the first American shots in the Middle East were fired when the 36gun frigate Enterprise defeated a pirate gunboat near the Mediterranean island of Malta.