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OTHER WORDS FROM MiddletownMid·dle·town·er, noun
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MOT Charter School, a K-8 school in Middletown, Delaware, also used antigen tests to prevent coronavirus spread after vacations.Inside the Delaware schools that deployed rapid COVID tests to protect kids|Sara Chodosh|August 18, 2021|Popular-Science
In 2014, a tiny number of technicians and mechanics who maintained order-fulfillment equipment at a distribution center in Middletown, Delaware participated in the first-ever unionization vote at an Amazon warehouse.
A reporter with the Middletown Times Herald found her “distinctly feminine.”The Myth of Jackie Mitchell, the Girl Who Struck Out Ruth and Gehrig|Adam Doster|May 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Like those in Middletown, most are also facing a Catch 22: the stagnant economy blew a hole in their budgets.Can Libraries Survive in an Era of Budget Cutbacks?|Miranda Green|February 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A mother of four who lives in Middletown, Md., McKenzie joined Solavei when a friend posted about the company on Facebook.Mobile Telephone Startup Solavei Avoids Ads, Relies on Customers for Sales Leads|Miranda Green|October 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Adjacent to it, and which will eventually become amalgamated, is Middletown, laid off directly in the rear.A New Guide for Emigrants to the West|J. M. Peck
But standing there and looking east, it seems as if a strong armed man might cast a stone upon Middletown, hundreds of feet below.Following the Flag|Charles Carleton Coffin
The latter wheeled their horses, used spur and voice, outstripped a shower of bullets and reached Middletown.
The Confederate advance, it was evident, would strike the pike at Middletown in less than fifteen minutes.
In the dust and uproar, the blare and panic, he was aware that he was moving toward Middletown where they were fighting.