midden midden


  1. (n) (archeology) a mound of domestic refuse containing shells and animal bones marking the site of a prehistoric settlement
  2. (n) a heap of dung or refuse


  1. The well-preserved plant and animal DNA in midden specimens promises to be a bonanza for genetic researchers.
  2. The trove uncovered to date tells PIT project leader Susie Osgood that they are excavating in the site's living quarters and midden section.
  3. He found his official residence littered with the midden of the routed Communist army, including back copies of the Soviet newspaper Izvestia.


  • TV Journalist Joins Omega3 Innovations Team as In-House Video Producer and Editor

    After years of experience working as an anchor and new reporter, Missy Midden has joined Omega3 Innovations to create a series of videos about omega-3 fish oil for the Venice-based biotech company. (PRWeb August 29, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/8/prweb11073264.htm
    on August 29, 2013     Source: PRWeb

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  1. McDonald praised Celtic's much-maligned backline for having the best record in the SPL this season - despite the fact they "couldn't keep hens out of a midden" at one stage of the season - and had a dig at Record Sport's Hugh Keevins.
    on May 23, 2008 By: Scott McDonald Source: Glasgow Daily Record

  2. ...extraordinary life and work, never more relevant, it could be argued, than today (and not just in America but back in what Ben Franklin, our narrator, calls "the king-riddled, class-riddled midden we call Europe") did indeed deserve...
    on Sep 5, 2009 By: Benjamin Franklin Source: guardian.co.uk

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