middie


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middie

(ˈmɪdɪ)
n
(Units) Austral a glass or bottle containing 285ml of beer
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Middies growth in Nate's absence and her conflicted feelings when he reappears are well depicted.
Yes, the Middies would hate to see Johnson leave Annapolis.
We fully agree with these arguments but with the important proviso that the nonagentivity of the subject corresponds to a patient role in middies with transitive verbs only, but to a circumstance of location or means in middies with intransitive verbs, as established in Section 1.
The industry turns out various kinds of garments for men women boys such as plain/embroidered/printed dresses blouses maxies shirts skirts night dresses track suits middies trousers sub-dresses etc.
The Middies didn't get closer than nine points for the rest of the game.
While he drives, the first two middies that arrive cut to the cage.
The Middies are 2-0, with wins over East Carolina and UMass.
We told them their attack was going to ride hard and press, that their middies were going to run through people if they didn't play the body, so we didn't want to get in that emotional back-and- forth battle.
This is it for Temple: beat the Middies (5-4), or be listed ignominiously forever as posting a winless season.
There's so many guys in tight by the net, as long as we kept reversing the ball, all the middies -- but a lot of time Dell'Olio and Matys -- were together out there, a lot of good things happened.
The longest is Navy against Notre Dame, with the Middies last beating the Irish in 1963.
The M's are the defensive middies and the D's the defensemen.