- mid- + set (Wiktionary)
“In Chicago, he once threw up onstage in midset fronting for his new band the Popes, and resumed singing without a hitch.”
“Despite its distinctly Latin American midset, Globant brings in about 75 percent of its revenue from U.S. clients, including YouTube, Coca-Cola,,”
“Instead, "I'm Jewish" refers to a midset of bigotry and superiority.....akin to what is often protrayed as quite evil on Jewish TV, except there it's "white supremacy" that's seen as evil.”
“CindyLynn 1:46 pm: The smaller the press, the more professional you have to be, because some people are still stuck on the large press is the only press midset.”
“I think Obama was right, this was a stupid result, and had either of them not been in their own unique midset of what was taking place, it would have ended differently.”
“She built a reputation as a piece of work; if she didn't like a crowd, sometimes she'd walk off stage in midset and call a cab home.”
“I would suggest that a similar midset applies in the consideration of which tests or treatments to actually pursue.”
“Opening for a line-up that included the indie favorite Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Zora Sicher and Hugo Orozco, both 11-years-old girls, worked through their repertoire of self-penned songs, including “What Cha Gonna Do,” with Orozco playing punk power chords over a steady beat laid down by drummer Sicher (they switched instruments midset — very rock and roll).”
“Acts of extreme violence cannot destroy us, though this midset can.”
“The term “civil war” is associated with the defeat of the southern redneck midset.”
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