Definitions

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  • noun the water that is well below the surface but also well above the bottom

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Examples

  • I dropped to mid-water descending slowly towards the deep by inertia, at approximately 20 meters I saw a Seriola swimming slowly.

    13-15 pound amberjack. Good? Decent? Regular?

  • I dropped to mid-water descending slowly towards the deep by inertia, at approximately 20 meters I saw a Seriola swimming slowly.

    13-15 pound amberjack. Good? Decent? Regular?

  • Many of them have been used, although the mid-water thing is something that they're still trying to develop.

    Assessing The BP Spill's Impact

  • Many of them have been used, although the mid-water thing is something that they're still trying to develop.

    Assessing The BP Spill's Impact

  • Many of them have been used, although the mid-water thing is something that they're still trying to develop.

    Assessing The BP Spill's Impact

  • Many of them have been used, although the mid-water thing is something that they're still trying to develop.

    Assessing The BP Spill's Impact

  • And to not have, you know, double-blind shear rams on your blowout preventer that won't hit the tool joint, you know, so you can actually make it work, to have backup systems to actually engage the thing, to have something that will collect oil in the mid-water.

    Assessing The BP Spill's Impact

  • And to not have, you know, double-blind shear rams on your blowout preventer that won't hit the tool joint, you know, so you can actually make it work, to have backup systems to actually engage the thing, to have something that will collect oil in the mid-water.

    Assessing The BP Spill's Impact

  • It hangs there for a moment in mid-water, 6m from the bank, and then, with a kick of its tail, turns and follows the fly.

    We're all hooked on fishing now

  • And to not have, you know, double-blind shear rams on your blowout preventer that won't hit the tool joint, you know, so you can actually make it work, to have backup systems to actually engage the thing, to have something that will collect oil in the mid-water.

    Assessing The BP Spill's Impact

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