Middle Western

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Middle West

Middle West′ern adj.
Middle West′ern·er n.

Middle Western

(Placename) another name for Midwestern


(mɪdˈwɛs tərn)
(sometimes l.c.) of or pertaining to the Midwest.
Often, Middle Western.
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They lived as all of the young women of Middle Western towns lived.
Retaining walls h > 5 m with depth Foundation on the South-East with middle Western platform section, approx.
Just on Wednesday in middle western Terai plains of Nepal, they captured 58 acres land of Khil Raj Regmi, the chairperson of the interim government.
I recall one of Hemingway's sons saying, "My father wrote his best when he was close to his Middle Western roots.
Remaking the Heartland tells a number of interesting stories about Middle Western literature, films, television shows, and other entertainment.
No doubt there will be readers, whatever their motives, who see Grant Wood: A Life as a slander against the self-described "simple Middle Western farmer-painter" and his wholesome paintings.
The Middle Western States considered geologically, topographically, and climatologically, form a great natural province, showing points of marked contrast with the region of the Eastern and Middle States on the East, and that of the elevated Rocky Mountain Plains on the West; in some respects connecting the two, yet geographically distinct from both.
Another highlight of the auction is a fabulous archaic bronze ritual wine vessel from the Middle Western Zhou Dynasty.