Did you possibly mean midsize?
- adj. Having an intermediate size
“Among the people who would benefit from such a realignment, are people who live in rural areas or mid-size factory towns within states that are currently dominated by large metropolitan areas.”
“So who did new CEO Robert pick to lead the mid-size paper company into the post-Michael Scott Steve Carell era?”
“Three years in an AIER-rated top 15 "mid-size metro" with a strong faculty, reasonable teaching load, and vibrant university community deserves a look from any applicant.”
“Three years, strong funding, and Richmond is a top 15 mid-size metro according to AIER.”
“The $9 lunch set started off with a mid-size “Gyu-Kaku salad”, which had a more varied and vibrant assortment of shredded veggies than most starter salads served at Asian restaurants.”
“This year I'm hunting on much more mountainous terrain with difficult roads, and I'm doing it in a 2004 Toyota Tacoma (the last year before it morphed into a mid-size) and I love it.”
“If this works, it could become the model for other mid-size Finger Lakes wineries.”
“Small and mid-size firms relying on government work to survive - the same small businesses the Obama administration hopes to protect with its economic recovery plans - have no guarantee that Congress would reimburse them for time lost.”
“The support can keep mid-size companies afloat, but it comes from a limited group.”
“He also said Toyota plans to introduce a new mid-size hybrid sedan by 2015 that will not be branded a Prius model.”
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