Around them, Kansas City glowed in the midsummer dusk; ahead of them glimmered the future.
midsummer's Day is an appropriately Game of Thrones-ish date for a birthday, and Prince William turns 31 today.
The midnight sun makes the crime low and the people cheerful from midsummer until the first days of autumn.
"It will never do for us to sit quiet here until Knutson returns," said Nils when at midsummer nothing had been seen of the ships.
In the southern part, midsummer is in January and midwinter in July.
They grow on slender stems 1-4 ft. tall and bloom in spring and midsummer.
The area-door was open to the hot, sickly night air of London in midsummer.
We have given a few in the case of the masque and the 'midsummer Night's Dream.'
It was the noon of a midsummer day, and the sun shone down on him with all its strength.
One of its principal signs was the fixed idea as to midsummer Day.