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  • A man of middle age! (10)
  • There was no middle policy! (8)
  • Is Miss Stokes middle class? (8)
  • What are the middle classes? (8)
  • A middle policy is no use to me. (8)
  • Knead down in the middle of the bed. (10)
  • He pulled it into the middle of the room. (12)
  • A demure woman of middle age was in attendance. (10)
  • He springs up and stands in the middle of the cell. (8)
  • He was standing stock-still in the middle of the room. (8)
  • This occurred as early as the middle of the 18th century. (3)
  • In the middle of the opposite end wall is the narrow door. (8)
  • It was not till the middle of January that she said to him. (8)
  • That is why love is such a dangerous malady for middle age. (10)
  • He was apparently of middle age, dark and uncommonly handsome. (1)
  • In the middle of the square stands a high pillar of the Virgin. (9)
  • Sophia was rather above the middle size; most elegantly formed. (4)
  • They were in the middle of one of the close streets of old Milan. (10)
  • Sullivan Smith, unbridled in the middle of dinner, was docile to her. (10)
  • But he only stood in the middle of the room, looking very sad and grave. (9)
  • Oberlin has been a great factor for musical progress in the Middle West. (3)
  • Down the middle of the dark road a dog cart was approaching at top speed. (8)
  • So saying, he undid the tasselled cord tied round the middle of his gown. (8)
  • He was of the middle height, but he was hewn out and squared upward massively. (9)
  • Dandy repeated, and pitched forward on the bed-post, in the middle of an oath. (10)
  • George was of middle height, with a red-brown, clean-shaved face and solid jaw. (8)
  • To that illustration Mr. Austin replied that he did not burn it in the middle. (10)
  • The manuscript has been definitely attributed to the middle of the 13th century. (3)
  • By the middle of the day he felt dizzy and exhausted, but utterly disinclined to eat. (8)
  • The open space was quite luminous in the middle of those three deep walls of shadow. (10)
  • The inflated state of the unchivalrous middle, denominated Manchester, terrified him. (10)
  • The Comte danced with Anne Milling and led the couples out into the middle of the floor. (18)
  • After fatal delays the ill-starred fleet reached Portsmouth again about the middle of October. (19)
  • The barred window of opaque glass, with a ventilator, is high up in the middle of the end wall. (8)
  • Along about the middle of the season Mr. Forepaugh picked up a famous addition to the show in Mt. (21)
  • The middle man is frequently ignored, the trust dealing directly, or nearly so, with the consumer. (7)
  • It was in the middle of December and straw was strewn in the street in front of the Ueberhell house. (5)
  • Hardly had they crossed, when a strange apparition sprang into the middle of the wide woodland path. (19)
  • The hearing proceeded slowly, and it was the middle of the afternoon before the architect was called. (13)
  • Fasten one at each end, and perhaps one or two in the middle, if the building is large, with a wooden pin. (17)
  • In the middle of a remark about the opera, Stephen, looking up, saw Martin himself standing in the doorway. (8)
  • Bill Dennant stopped in the middle of the crossing, and clapped his future brother-in-law upon the shoulder. (8)
  • Saturday afternoon they were all out scrubbing the brick sidewalks, and clear into the middle of the street. (9)
  • How long this relic of social life of the Middle Ages will last is a much discussed question in Vienna itself. (20)
  • A short account of the Mysteries or Miracle Plays of the Middle Ages may be assigned to a pupil as special work. (3)
  • A lady whose costume expressed saris at every point glided up the middle aisle of the grove with a graceful tilt. (9)
  • About twenty colleges and universities, chiefly in the Middle West and Northwest, have established such schools. (16)
  • Harmony always existed, in a limited sense; but it did not take on a scientific development until the Middle Ages. (3)
  • Such a specimen of the Puritan middle English as Priscilla Graves, was eastwind on her skin, nausea to her gorge. (10)
  • It would probably be the middle of November at least; the middle of November was three months off. (4)
  • In the middle of what was clearly the dining-room, she tried to subdue the tremor of her limbs and a sense of nausea. (8)
  • He walked to the middle of the room, placed his hat on the table, and looked about him with astonishment held in check. (12)
  • He was standing bareheaded in the middle of Fifth Avenue and blocking the tide of carriages flowing in either direction. (9)
  • She deigned a dance with the young Habral, and then all sat down to supper; and in the middle of it came the cry of Fire! (10)
  • They burst upon the sleeping, unsuspecting villagers in the middle of the night, killing many and taking numerous prisoners. (19)
  • A number of them had enclosed a square in the middle of the path with four of the benches, which they made believe was a fort. (9)
  • She climbed slowly, in the very middle, an extremely small white figure on those wide and shining stairs, counting them aloud. (8)
  • In Middle Temple Hall a Ball was still in progress, though the glamour from its Chinese lanterns was already darkened and gone. (8)
  • Or the reach of a stream was seen, and in the middle of it one fair group of clouds, showing distance beyond distance in colour. (10)
  • A double staircase, starting in the middle of the great central hall, met on a common landing, which led to the sleeping chambers. (18)
  • And the sun, blazing suddenly out of a cloud, shone on his black figure and the little gold cross, in the middle of Portland Place. (8)
  • It was not thrown away on her, she bounded higher than ever, flew farther down the middle, and was in a continual course of smiles. (4)
  • At the bottom of the room, clearly defined against the long windows behind her, stood the figure of a lady in the middle of the floor. (9)
  • Five distinguished chiefs accompanied 250 of their best warriors, and by the middle of July, Three Rivers {70} was reached in safety. (19)
  • He stood in the middle of the room, and, in the irresistible excitement which had mastered him, pressed his right hand over his eyes. (12)
  • Retiring upon an inclination of his structure, he draws up and fetches me a bow of the exact middle nick between dignity and service. (10)
  • Before the middle of the afternoon she decided against ratchets altogether, and confined herself to knobs, neatly set in the door-trim. (9)
  • This was, in fact, one of those interesting houses occupied by people of the upper middle class who have imbibed a taste for smart society. (8)
  • In all countries the middle class presents the public which, fighting the world, and with a good footing in the fight, knows the world best. (10)
  • George found her standing in her dressing-gown in the middle of the room, as though she knew not where to place herself for this, their meeting. (8)
  • Petty, returning from the window, stood above her master, who lay gazing up with the thermometer jutting out through the middle of his moustache. (8)
  • He retired to a little spot in the middle of the Niagara River called Navy Island, and proceeded to establish what he called a Provisional Government. (19)

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