mid-january mid-january


  • (n) the middle part of January


  1. Out of season, but still in danger

    Arkansas and Faulkner County are out of peak tornado season, but tornadoes can happen at any time. There are two peak seasons for tornadic activity. The primary season is March through May, and the secondary season is November through mid-January.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The Log Cabin Democrat

  2. CTA revenues lower than expected

    CTA fare revenues for the first four months of the year are less than expected, with seven-day passes taking the biggest hit since the agency hiked the cost of its fare passes, CTA officials revealed Wednesday. In mid-January, the price of the CTA’s seven-day pass jumped 22 percent, from $23 to $28, although one-day and three-day passes increased by even larger percentages. Riders seem to be ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Chicago Sun-Times

  3. TEA monitor introduced, MISD trustees approve many expenditures

    -- A $4,478,000 award to Mid-Tex of Midland for construction management of the West Education Center - Midland Alternative Program renovation. Mid-Tex estimates the project will be completed within 210 calendar days, allowing the building to open by mid-January 2014.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Midland Reporter-Telegram


  1. "That was proposed in mid-October," a senior Obama adviser said of the president-elect's plan. "We'll look at it in mid-January and see where the economy is."
    on Nov 16, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: CNN

  2. "It doesn't feel that long ago," Hewitt said Sunday of his win in 1998. "It would be great to win again here, it would be a good start. I have got to look toward mid-January and the Australian Open but obviously this would be a fantastic way...
    on Dec 29, 2007 By: Lleyton Hewitt Source: SI.com

  3. "We already have something going," Landers said. "We're not bad. ...... If nothing happens by mid-January, we're going to be pretty good."
    on Nov 26, 2006 By: Andy Landers Source: SI.com

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