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meridian

muh ri dee uhn

  • n  the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development
  • n  a town in eastern Mississippi
  • n  an imaginary great circle on the surface of the earth passing through the north and south poles at right angles to the equator
    all points on the same meridian have the same longitude
  • a  of or happening at noon
    meridian hour
  • s  being at the best stage of development

  • Goodheart believes that muscles and organs are linked by the same invisible neuropathways and meridian lines tweaked by acupuncturists.
  • Bowman first suggested the 26th meridian, which would still leave Iceland in Europe's hemisphere.
  • Midnight passed, dawn broke, the sun touched meridian.
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  • Keith Turner in Stuff.co.nz
    We've showed that renewable energy is not just good for the environment, it can be good for business too. While some people think that sustainability is just a fashion, Meridian has been walking the talk for nearly nine years now,Dr Turner said.
  • Julian Castro in Reuters
    San Antonio is aggressively working to expand its solar energy profile to meet the energy needs of the future. We are excited that contractors like Meridian Solar have recognized the growing demand for renewable sources of energy in our city,...
  • Haley Barbour in Jackson Clarion Ledger
    We greatly value this opportunity with NEW, which has brought jobs to hundreds of hard-working people in Meridian at a time when many companies are laying off employees,Gov. Haley Barbour said in a news release. "The opening of this call...

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