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Middle, adj. equally distant from the extremes: “resembling strong youth in his m. age,” Sonn. 7, 6; i. e. in the prime of life; cf. “these are flowers of m. summer, and I think they are given to men of m. age,” Wint. IV, 4, 108. “since the m. summer's spring,” Mids. II, 1, 82 (== midsummer). “I smell a man of m. earth,” Wiv. V, 5, 84 (the terrestrial world as the middle habitation between heaven and hell). “the m. centre of this town,” H6A II, 2, 6.
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