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mid·dle

(mid'ĕl),
Denoting an anatomic structure that is between two other similar structures or that is midway in position.
Synonym(s): medius

mid·dle

(mid'ĕl)
Denoting an anatomic structure that is between two other similar structures or that is midway in position.
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First, the account proposes that in order to construct an integrated model of the two premises, reasoners attempt to bring middle terms (Bs) together.
The situation remains unclear in China regarding the size of its future satellite-TV market; the country could very well be one of the main growth markets in the coming decade, but this depends on whether the opening of the market occurs in the middle term.
Committee should work our short term, middle term and long term plans and the potential of Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) and ministry of petroleum be also upgraded, report added.
Figure 13 illustrates how the long term trend is actually made up of may short term/ middle term trends, Y = f([X.
Europe will not be able to do without coal power plants in the middle term," he added.
Over the middle term, the range of products is to grow considerably, particularly in terms of cardiovascular medications emerging from the company's own research pipeline, Bauer noted.
Many of the processes which have been launched by the Mission together with its partners - Gen Scholz added will pay out in the middle term
The text continues, 'for the deduction of those [premises] where there is a middle term is by means of the middle term; but the deduction of those where there is not a middle term is by means of induction' (68b31-3).
In the sexual abuse case of former police Officer John Cunningham, the sentence could have been the lower term of six years, the middle term of 12 years, or the upper term of 16 years.
The belt is traditionally used from the middle term of pregnancy; it contributes support, warmth, and a sense for the user of taking charge of her own pregnancy.
Aristotle is saying that no syllogism, be it dialectical or rhetorical, can establish a relationship among classes of objects or ideas unless some middle term is related to each through predication.

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