from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun the middle part of July.
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- noun the middle part of July
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Chuck the thing about the hotels jacking up the rates for the rooms is a possibility, but mid-july is typically a dead time of year for conventions in vegas and the rooms can be had for a reasonable rate.
According to Production Weekly through JoBlo, and although I'm not a subscriber you can get the gist from the tweet, the production offices are set-up and filming is to begin mid-july, so everything's a go for sure.
My dad always wore flannel shirts and you couldn't get him to take off his long underwear until mid-july.
If you could be anywhere right now, where would you be? on the ship patio, mid-july afternoon, knowing that I'll be there well into the evening ...
Jean-claude Juncker thought Slovakia would sign up before mid-july and the EFSF will be available without any doubt before the end of the month.
We are working on amethyst update 2 at the moment, expected to be released mid-july.
I broke my heelbone in mid-july ... needed screws, plates, the works.