Recent Examples of midland from the Web
The Hornets won that clash 2-1, and will be hoping to replicate that result in the midlands this weekend.
The fiery tragedy of Medea transplanted to the midlands Ireland.
In England, some in the party fear that Mr Corbyn’s appeal is too narrow, particularly in the post-industrial towns across the midlands and parts of the north where Labour is already struggling to hold seats.
The absolutely beachiest feeling in this midland city was imported straight from the shores of Puglia, where fish vendor Bartolo L’Abbate and local friends opened the first location of the seafood sandwich shop Pescaria by the waterfront.
McManaman is another permanent arrival, signing a two-year deal after making the switch from the west midlands.
The Poland international is also rumoured to be attracting interest from Premier League rivals Leicester and the two midlands clubs are set to battle it out for the defensive midfielder.
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First Known Use of midland
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Definition of midland for English Language Learners
: the central region of a country
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