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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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Most promoters give an impression that they are utilising their share of 30 per cent equity whereas the entire project or operations is run on bank's money," says a middleman.
Of course the middleman ran straight to his stockbroker, Eydelman, and told him to buy more Sirius stock.
Still, when comparing bank chargeoffs and delinquencies to those at credit unions, Middleman said the latter group still has the edge.
Middleman pointed out, saying that there is a "significant correlation between reimbursement rates and childhood immunizations," with a correlation of 0.
Instead of farmer, it is the middleman who decides about the crop price when he purchases it from farmers and sells it to next buyer and thus sets the trading pattern, in the absence of effective alternative institutions, all official attempts to limit the role of middleman have failed.
Confronting the evil genius behind the scheme, The Middleman declares, "If there's one thing I hate more than scientists trying to take over the world, it's scientists who twist innocent primates with computer-enhanced mind-control to live out their sick and perverted fantasies of criminal power.
Enter the Middleman (Matt Keeslar), who subsequently reveals that he's an "independent contractor" who works solving "exotic problems"--wielding oversized weaponry and gadgets from an unidentified benefactor (hence his name) to dispatch threats culled straight out of comicbooks.
Derivative entrapment is a defense that is available in some circuits when the government instructs an unsuspecting middleman to improperly induce an individual to commit a crime.
In the case of health care, the middleman would be the insurance companies that have made our health care system the most inefficient in the world.
LEEDS quartet MIDDLEMAN write vibrant, catchy tunes with booming basslines, bleepy melodies and smart lyrics.
By simplifying the international business--and by eliminating the middleman and increasing marginsa rapidly growing number of users are discovering DairyPlaza as the solution to put an end to the dairy shortages on the European market.