In mid September, John Lurie was also at the Cavin-Morris gallery, watching as his art was hung for an upcoming show.
His Medusa-like braids and West Coast sound have become iconic cultural references for the mid-'90s hip-hop boom.
My parents came to America in the mid-'70s precisely because they felt that reform would never come to Egypt.
A MIRACLE MILE OF MICHELIN-WORTHY CUISINE WHERE: mid to Lower Westheimer.
King Alfred wrote things like mid læs worda, “with less words.”
For one instant the figure was suspended in mid air, and then it descended.
He paused in mid stride, eying the escaped serf up and down.
But they mark the drift of Browning of the mid-'Thirties, so far as they go, clearly enough.
Bower, which now suggests a leafy arbour, had no such sense in mid.
Disregarding this, the lieutenant leaps down upon the deck, and makes towards them; the mid and coxswain keeping close after.
Old English mid "with, in conjunction with, in company with, together with, among," from Proto-Germanic *medjaz (cf. Old Norse miðr, Old Saxon middi, Old Frisian midde, Old High German mitti, Gothic midjis "mid, middle"), from PIE *medhyo- "middle" (see medial (adj.)). Now surviving in English only as a prefix (mid-air, midstream, etc.); as a preposition it often is a shortened form of amid (cf. midshipman).
minimal infecting dose