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mi duh ling

  • n  any commodity of intermediate quality or size (especially when coarse particles of ground wheat are mixed with bran)
  • v  put in the middle
  • s  lacking exceptional quality or ability
    the performance was middling at best
  • r  to a moderately sufficient extent or degree

  • But what he really wanted to do was build cars, which he did with middling failure until the doors closed in 1952.
  • With a sweet lefty swing fit for Yankee Stadium's short right-field porch, Murcer was the best player on some middling Yankee teams of the late '60s and early '70s.
  • The Golden Compass was middling-good, with a beguiling central performance by 13-year-old Dakota Blue Richards, a slinky turn by Nicole Kidman as an evil-stepmom type and a nifty .
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