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- proper n. Alternative spelling of middle-earth.
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So, I had no knowledge of the world or history of middle earth.
Its branches reach to the nine upper levels of the heavens, its trunk is in middle earth, where we and the animals live, and its roots are in the eight-layered Lower World.
The power is in me from behind the sun, And from middle earth.
For instance, when I was into HP I wanted to be a student at Hogwarts, when I was really into LOTR I wanted to be an elf in middle earth, etc.
More minutely pressed upon the subject of her familiar, she said she had never known him while among the living, but was aware that the person so calling himself was one who had, in his lifetime, actually been known in middle earth as Thome Reid, officer to the Laird of Blair, and who died at Pinkie.
Frankenstein for years but with the director currently in middle earth -- directing
Looks like Lord of the Rings: Conquest was the last time Electronic Arts was delving into the realm of middle earth.