middle year

middle year

(1) An uncommonly used term for the middle year of a specialty training programme; or
(2) A term of largely historic interest for a senior house officer post in specialities not listed with the Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board (now disbanded).
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As to the time, it is easily fixed by the events at about the middle years of the seventies, when Don Carlos de Bourbon, encouraged by the general reaction of all Europe against the excesses of communistic Republicanism, made his attempt for the throne of Spain, arms in hand, amongst the hills and gorges of Guipuzcoa.
This grievance dated back to the middle years of the last century, when, owing to some official intrigue, his merits had been passed over in a disgraceful manner in favor of another, his junior.
IB Middle Year Programme students have historically outperformed their peers from non-IB institutions on the International Schools Assessment (ISA) in reading, math, and writing.
The IB is unique in that it offers a continuum of education, consisting of three programmes -- the Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Year Programme (MYP) and the Diploma Programme -- for students aged 3 to 19.
distributee's gross income and treated as an accumulation distribution from the middle year of the foreign trust (i.
I signed a commitment with Barclays for three years, played my first one last year, this is my middle year and I've got a commitment next year - so don't blame me.
Indeed, Royal Mail Group is in the middle year of a radical three-year renewal plan aimed at returning our business to profit after record losses.
3 million in 2004/05 after a high in the middle year of review.
2 million in 2004/05, although this was an increase from the middle year of analysis.
This is the fourth and middle year of the current seven-year programme, which is,in fact, making a real difference to the competitiveness of the regional economy.
Perez is in the middle year of a three-year deal that pays him $5 million this season and $7 million in 2001.
By the middle year of World War II, most of the troupe's male performers were lost to the war effort.