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  • noun the middle part of December

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Examples

  • It's unfortunately becoming rather rare in England though - it's now mid-december and not a spot of ice - I haven't seen the temperature dip much under 7 degrees :

    I Wish There Could Be Warm Snow

  • There are like 10+ banners out since January for a film that won't be out till mid-december.

    MuggleNet

  • I got the "Still Something to Prove" achievement at the end of november, then again (thanks to a very annoying achievement glitch) in mid-december.

    Joystiq

  • Closing at 100-31 makes MBS 5 ticks better on the day and as you'll see in the chart below, keeps them above the inflection point from mid-december.

    Mortgage News Daily - Mortgage And Real Estate News

  • Since mid-december 2008 communities in the coastal regions are facing severe flooding.

    propaganda press! freedom in Guyana

  • Learn how to post a message once and not 3 times if you expect me to actually take it serious retard. tennessee, gonzaga, cincy, gt, xavier, syr. thats 5 teams. all of memphis's losses came before tyreke changed position, and they havent lost since mid-december. how many times have unc, oklahoma, pitt, and uconn lost since mempis lost

    Sports News : CBSSports.com

  • I have some time to pick one up too, till mid-december.

    The Tech Report: News

  • I have some time to pick one up too, till mid-december.

    The Tech Report: News

  • There have been a couple of times in my life when I wished to go to sleep in mid-december and awaken on the 2nd of January.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

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