mid-march mid-march

Definition(s):

  • (n) the middle part of March

News

  1. Parents Of Teenage Girl Use Facebook To Catch Her Predator

    Jason Richards, 31, of Federal Way was arrested in the middle of a trip to pick-up a 15-year-old girl he met on Facebook. Court records show the two met through a Facebook App called "Are You Interested" in mid-March.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: KHQ Spokane

  2. Get your load on! (4th edition)

    In mid-March this year, Chris Andreychik reports, “we moved 242 live beehives and about as many empty hives from Fort Myers, Fla., to Bristol” in the same state. For the purpose, “we utilized our 1979 Kenworth K100C,” better known to the haulers, with affection, of course, as “Brutus.”
    on June 20, 2013     Source: eTrucker

  3. Amazon's Invasion of the CIA Is a Seismic Shift in Cloud Computing

    The rumors are true. In mid-March, word arrived by way of a publication called FCW that Amazon, the king of cloud computing, had inked a contract with the Central Intelligence Agency to provide $600 million in cloud services over the next decade, and last week, Amazon openly confirmed the deal -- if not the price tag -- after rival IBM filed a formal protest over the pact.        
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Wired News

Quotes

  • "The main reason I came back to the Mets is that the team is focused on returning to the postseason and I want to do my part to help us win," said Valentin. "My goal is to start playing spring training games by mid-March."
    on Apr 30, 2007 By: Jose Valentin Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

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indigent indigent
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