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middle

adjective average, axial, centermost, central, centric, centroidal, equidistant, halfway, interjacent, intermediate, mean, medial, median, mediate, mediocre, medium, mid, midmost, midway, pivotal

middle

noun average, axis, center, centrality, central part, central point, central position, centrum, core, focal point, heart, hub, kernel, mean, medium, mesne, midst, nucleus
See also: average, center, central, interior, intermediate, mediocre, mesne
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Details of production in all major oil and gas fields across Middle East are provided in detail.
The firm also won Middle East Interior Design of the Year: Outdoor Design for its work on the Monte Carlo Beach Club in Abu Dhabi.
PK), a leading provider of software and services to the process industries, today announced it has opened a Middle East office in Bahrain.
Following Lynch's appointment, Rachid Bouzouba, who has been co-head alongside Lynch since May 2007, will become sole head of Equities for Europe and the Middle East.
The Middle East covers parts of which three continents?
Emerging Markets looks at 22 markets in Africa and 13 in the Middle East.
The Middle East hosts a plethora of social, political, economic and religious opinions, policies and trends.
For an in-depth history of this region, Kenneth Cragg's The Arab Christian: A History in the Middle East (Westminster John Knox, 1991) remains essential.
Democracy in the Middle East will not simultaneously break out in different places, as it did in Eastern Europe.
The BBJ3, offering 35% more cabin space than the standard BBJ, is specifically targeted for the Middle East market and will be available from summer 2008.
The destiny of the Middle East is bound up in this global expansion of freedom.
Each of the positive developments that are currently bringing hope to the Middle East was more directly the result of a catalyzing local event than the consequence of American foreign policy.

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