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Middleton

[ mid-l-tuhn ]

noun

  1. Thomas, c1570–1627, English dramatist.
  2. a town in S Wisconsin.


Middleton

1

/ ˈmɪdəltən /

noun

  1. a town in NW England, in Rochdale Unitary Authority, Greater Manchester. Pop: 45 314 (2001)


Middleton

2

/ ˈmɪdəltən /

noun

  1. MiddletonKate1982FEnglishPOLITICS: royal family member Kate , real name Catherine Elizabeth . born 1982, married Prince William in 2011; created Duchess of Cambridge
  2. MiddletonThomas?15701627MEnglishTHEATRE: dramatist Thomas. ?1570–1627, English dramatist. His plays include the tragedies Women beware Women (1621) and, in collaboration with William Rowley (?1585–?1642), The Changeling (1622) and the political satire A Game at Chess (1624)

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Giannis Antetokounmpo parked himself on the block, then skipped up above the 3-point line to spring Middleton free with a screen.

Middleton, meanwhile, boasts all the skills you look for in a closer.

The next time down the floor, the Bucks went back to Middleton, with Antetokounmpo once again setting the pick.

As video of the hearing exploded online and reporters called, Middleton said he asked people to leave out Lindsey’s name and blur her face.

“There is some purpose to allowing people to view court proceedings, but there are real people involved here, and this thing just sort of took on a life of its own,” Middleton said in an interview.

I ask Alexander Gilkes, referring to Prince William and Kate Middleton, whose wedding he attended.

Jay Z, Prince William, Beyoncé and Kate Middleton met at a Brooklyn Nets game Monday evening...and the Internet survived.

It was based on the media circus that surrounds Kate Middleton.

As the Daily Beast reported earlier this week, Pippa Middleton is on the cusp of signing a deal to be a special reporter for NBC.

After rumored courting by both ABC and NBC, Pippa Middleton is reportedly inking a deal to become a Today correspondent.

Afterward, when the news came that Lee had succeeded in getting his army safely across the Potomac, Mr. Middleton's hopes revived.

Mr. Middleton, with shaking limbs and halting footsteps, assisted his wife to her room.

When the telegram was read to Mr. and Mrs. Middleton, they both dropped to their knees and thanked God their son was safe.

Both the colonel and lieutenant-colonel of the regiment to which Edward Middleton belonged had fallen.

Major Middleton's horse fell; but, sword in hand, he pressed forward, followed by his men.

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