English Midlands love

English Midlands

Definitions

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  • proper noun A culturally distinct region in the centre of England

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But we were also worried by rumours we heard from medical staff that Henry might be sent to some high-security psychiatric hospital far away in Northampton, in the depths of the English Midlands, where we would not be able to visit him regularly.

    Henry’s Demons

  • But we were also worried by rumours we heard from medical staff that Henry might be sent to some high-security psychiatric hospital far away in Northampton, in the depths of the English Midlands, where we would not be able to visit him regularly.

    Henry’s Demons

  • Only since 1949, with the opening of the Sutton Coldfield transmitter in the English Midlands, was there the means to receive a signal to watch television beyond London and although it was possible to receive the BBC in the eastern areas of Wales, large parts of the west and north failed to receive a thing.

    Watching Wales (Part 1)

  • I've seen lots of attempts to sweep the homeless and the baggars off the streets in the English Midlands - and protests against the provision of hostels.

    Downtown Victoria: The DVBA vs. the angels who protect me

  • During this festival week Baireuth existed only because of that; at other times Baireuth was probably as non-existent as any dull and minor town in the English Midlands.

    Michael

  • Earlier, unrest and violence had spread far from London to major cities including Manchester in the northwest and Birmingham in the English Midlands.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "I like to make cocktails because it makes it easier to not make small talk behind the bar," said Ms. Weatherup, who was born in the English Midlands and speaks with the long rolling vowels of that region.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "I like to make cocktails because it makes it easier to not make small talk behind the bar," said Ms. Weatherup, who was born in the English Midlands and speaks with the long rolling vowels of that region.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "I like to make cocktails because it makes it easier to not make small talk behind the bar," said Ms. Weatherup, who was born in the English Midlands and speaks with the long rolling vowels of that region.

    NYT > Home Page

  • There was also a second star for Restaurant Sat Bains, in the English Midlands, where the tasting menu costs 95 pounds.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

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