- n. Any time in the middle of February.
- adj. Happening in the middle of February.
- adv. In the middle of February.
- From mid- + February. (Wiktionary)
“George W. Bush taught us that mass protest isn't what it used to be -- he compared 15 million people marching worldwide against the Iraq war in mid-February 2003 to a "focus group.”
“At the start of Libya's civil war in mid-February, Eni was the foreign energy company with the largest operations in North Africa, with hydrocarbon output of about 280,000 barrels a day of oil equivalent.”
“In mid-February at a technology conference in Colorado, Lawrence Strickling, an assistant secretary in the Commerce Department, put ICANN on notice, declaring it "must act" by June on a set of accountability guidelines made by him and international leaders who will continue to "monitor" it.”
“The team was hit with tragedy in mid-February when walk-on Bennie Abram died in a conditioning exercise. —”
“His target date of late January to return to the Cougars 'lineup came and went, and has been pushed back to mid-February.”
“The budget cuts, announced in mid-February to combat a staggering $1.3 trillion federal deficit, also call for slashing foreign aid by about $5 billion, including $450 million to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis.”
“The current rate of federal spending will require lawmakers to raise the debt ceiling by mid-February. ha ha ha ha I wish I had been a fly on the wall at that Biden meeting.”
“There have been five goals in three league games to date, a tally he did not reach last term until his memorable bicycle kick settled the Manchester derby in mid-February.”
“The Recovery Act allowed investors to exclude 75% of their profits if they invested in eligible small businesses between mid-February 2009 and the end of this year.”
“Maxwell hopes he can be at full strength by mid-February, just before spring training begins.”
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