in-betweener


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in-betweener

n
an intermediate person or thing
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Wellington Management will target "in-betweener" renters with a mostly market-rate apartment building it is planning for a site in Minneapolis' Midtown previously slated for senior housing.
It was winter, when I stayed as an "in-betweener" transitioning from middle school to high school.
He feared the difference of 20,000 votes could be covered, especially as the defeated in-betweener leaders would do everything they could to see him lose.
Indeed, Kirby left school and started off in animation as an 'in-betweener', working from a young age on timeless cartoons such as Betty Boop and Popeye at Max Fleischer Studios.
The site adds: "Austin is the in-betweener, the glue that holds the whole thing together - quiet, solid support for Chaplin's comedy.
Researchers have dubbed the in-betweener Timurlengia euotica, meaning "well-eared." They describe the new species online March 14 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Nicknamed the "in-betweener," this model offers the maneuverability of a tiller with the extended deck of a side console.
The in-betweener The calf-length midi sKirt is the new Kid on the fashion blocK.
"I didn't want to believe it until we got his car seat and drove off to tk hi h "It's a lot easier because the kids have got their routine back and I'm back to being a proper mum instead of an in-betweener."
This in-betweener is pretty standard, but its presentation is everything but.