Words nearby midland
Other definitions for midland (2 of 2)
How to use midland in a sentence
Tom Craddick said in a statement that his business interests reflect the fact that he lives in Midland, the center of the state’s oil and gas industry.Texas’s chief energy regulator fiercely defended fossil fuels after historic blackouts. She also profits from oil and gas.|Neena Satija, Aaron Gregg|March 19, 2021|Washington Post
All the locals who came to a Midland Park, New Jersey hearing on the building of a mosque were against.
The little town of Midland Park is a middle-class suburb of New York City, just north of my hometown of Paramus.
However, every single resident of Midland Park who testified voiced opposition to the mosque.
Al Ramic panicked as he soon as he turned onto Nugent Street from Midland Avenue.
He lived in a tiny bungalow at 787 Nugent in the Midland Beach section of town.
He remained with the Midland until 1897, when he retired on superannuation at the age of seventy-six.
Eighteen hundred and fifty-one was a period of anxiety to the Midland and to railway companies generally.
Financial depression had succeeded a time of wild excitement, and the Midland dividend had fallen from seven to two per cent.
His nature was bold and fitted to command, and to him is due, in a large degree, the proud position the Midland holds to-day.
There was another personality that loomed large, in those years, on the Midland—Samuel Swarbrick, the accountant.
British Dictionary definitions for midland
- the central or inland part of a country
- (as modifier)a midland region