- n. Any time in the middle of September.
- adj. Happening in the middle of September.
- adv. In the middle of September.
- From mid, and September. (Wiktionary)
“Moira Brown, a marine biologist with the New England Aquarium, said 60 whales were counted in the Bay of Fundy on one day in mid-September, which is more than her team counted all season last year.”
“By this time Hubert had hoped to be pulling even with Nixon, but a poll released in mid-September showed him trailing by something like fifteen points, and he was beginning to wonder what he could possibly do to catch up.”
“Groupon expects to raise about $750 million in a mid-September IPO that could value the company at $20 billion.”
“I stopped serving my congregation in mid-September, but I still feel odd about spending my Saturday nights this way.”
“The spokeswoman did, however, refer specifically to the recommendations issued by the European Systemic Risk Board after its quarterly meeting in mid-September, in which it called upon European authorities to "act in unison with a total commitment to safeguard financial stability.”
“At events around the International Monetary Fund's fall meeting in mid-September, numerous officials had called on Europe to recapitalize its banks, with or without their consent.”
“This morning, mid-September, the rooms of my house asleep”
“The figures suggest the labor market is stabilizing after the bad claim numbers between mid-August and mid-September.”
“He finished last season with 72 walks in a 135-game season cut short by a back injury in mid-September.”
“Liverpool have not, however, revised Gerrard's comeback date of mid-September and the 31-year-old is expected to miss England's European Championship qualifiers against Bulgaria and Wales at the start of next month.”
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