middler

Related to middler: middle finger, Middle Earth

middler

(ˈmɪdələ)
n
(Education) US a pupil in the middle years at school
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Grampian Police cadets, from left, Keith Middler, Ian Cameron and Neil Sievewright giving a road test to one of the toys handed in for a Christmas Toy Appeal run by Grampian Television
Both of Mrs Ewen's sisters, Bunty Middler and Gladys Massie, also died of the disease in their 40s, in 1970 ad 1978 respectively.
But what of being a Middler? Maggie feels affronted that as an Eldest, her brother Jed receives preferential treatment.
Tree-mendous Rosie Tulloch and Emma Middler enjoy their time in the playground
In Badminton Event junior category Neha Raees beat wajiha Khan By (11-7, 8-11, 11-5), In Middler group Rumessa Naz from STC beat Turfa easily by (11-2, 11-8), In senior group Aimen Yameen beat tasmia by (11-6, 5-11, 11-8) with tuff competition and get winner title and youth category Sundus Rehan beat Mehwish Khan by (21-15, 21-17).
? At Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, club members ran around the parklands of this National Trust property, organised by Derwent Valley Orienteers, and Joanne Leigh won the Orange 3.2km course in 31.53mins, John Middler was 9th on the Short Green 3.7km course in 37.58mins, Chris McCartney was 5th on the Blue 7.1km course in 46.36mins and Lesley Ross was 10th in 49.14mins, the fastest woman on that course.
In person, Lewis comes across as a combination of the over-the-top onstage persona of Bette Middler (with whom Lewis toured as a backup singer in the 1980s) and the street-smart, bawdy Cookie from Fox's Empire , with a dash of the self-help mother love of Iyanla Vanzant.
Bette Middler just ordered cookies for the holidays.
The "KUWTK" star responded, suggesting that Moretz was a nobody, Middler was old and washed up and telling Morgan off for offering to buy her clothes.
As a solo artist/pianist, she performed in the clubs of Greenwich Village and Manhattan's Upper West Side where she met Bette Middler.
(12,21) Among street-involved youth engaging in drug dealing in this setting, the majority (79%) have been shown to assume a role of a direct drug seller, followed by a "middler" (i.e., coordinating a deal between a dealer and client) (28%) and a "holder" (i.e., carrying drugs during a drug trade) (6%).