Midlander


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Midlander

(ˈmɪdləndə)
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of the Midlands of England
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One of the most successful of his last projects was the Midlands Today search for the Greatest Midlander.
ENGLAND rugby hero Martin Johnson, who captained England to World Cup victory in 2003, was last night declared ITV's Midlander of the Year
THE search is on for outstanding heroes and heroines as part of this year's Midlander of the Year competition.
NOMINATIONS are being sought for the 2001 Midlander of the Year to honour the region's heroes and heroines.
Well Mr Brown, if you really want to hear the concerns of this West Midlander, then he's concerned that he is being patronised.
STEVE WEBSTER was 80-1 with Ladbrokes before a ball was struck in the first round of the Portugal Masters on Thursday, but the emotional Midlander made a mockery of those odds by roaring to a 25-under-par total and winning the title with something to spare.
Midlander Darren McDermott, the original choice, is getting married in March and will be on his honeymoon.
The Ely light-heavyweight, 20, floored Midlander Simon Wood twice to prompt the referee to call a halt inside the opening round.
BRILLIANT Bradley Pryce steps up in weight tonight to tackle Midlander Gavin Down at the York Hall in London's Bethnal Green, with the vacant IBF Inter-Continental light-welterweight belt on the line.
The average West Midlander spends PS23 a week on food shopping, with an extra PS2.
While the others sun themselves on Mediterranean beaches, the unbeaten Pontypool welterweight has a six-rounder against Midlander Ernie Smith at London's York Hall on Friday's Frank Warren bill, headed by British heavyweight champion Matt Skelton and his first American foe, former IBF cruiser king Al 'Ice' Cole.
The 21-year-old midlander,currently attending the Norwich Union preparation camp in Paphos, recently enlisted sports psychologist Dave Collins to help him outwit his opponents in the build-up to what he believes will be a wide open Olympic final.
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