- n. Plural form of midland.
“Davis said the problems experienced in the midlands were a national phenomena.”
“Bloody pathetic, growing up (1960's) in a small town in the north midlands we were frequently cut off by snow.”
“The 36 though (midlands via domestic airport) takes 20min as it goes down great eastern.”
“An analysis by Newcastle upon Tyne city council of the local authority budget cuts illustrates this inequity: northern cities and boroughs will lose £150 to £200 per head this year, while in the south-east, the west country and parts of the midlands, the cuts range from £50 to zero.”
“More photos and interactive graphics His challengers plan to focus on the state's midlands, a region known for its bounty of conservative primary voters.”
“He plans to spend the next week and a half crisscrossing the state, according to a campaign spokesman, from the Blue Ridge Mountains upstate to the flat midlands to the state's popular coast, along with a couple of trips to Florida, which holds its crucial primary Jan. 31.”
“In our June heatwave, the very rare female red-necked phalarope was sighted in the midlands, bringing crowds of watchers.”
“The Apollo spacecraft landed in the parched midlands of the moon, but last year's mission tested the south polar region, which turns out to be far more chemically diverse.”
“His accent was flat and uneducated, with the pinched nasal quality of the Irish midlands.”
“Ranging from a small child to a couple of octogenarians, some 70 working-class and lower-middle-class women from the Irish midlands have contributed to this quiet film.”
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