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  • n  the location of something surrounded by other things
    in the midst of the crowd

  • Many refugees are in the midst of their third winter, still too fearful to return home to Chechnya, devastated by 28 months of war and daily firefights between Russian forces and .
  • Muslims are fighting back -- not just against the West but also against the militancy in their midst.
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News & Articles

  • Chris Paul's Drama with the Clippers Is Past the Point of Reconciliation
    Chris Paul has once again found himself in the midst of NBA 's swirling whirlpool of offseason drama. The Los Angeles Clippers have gone after Paul's preference for their next head coach in Doc Rivers, but it appears that talks have broken down again between the Clippers and Celtics, according to Ramona Shelburne and Marc Stein of ESPN.com.  Now that it appears Paul won't get to play with or for ...
    June 23, 2013 - Bleacher Report
  • Ruidoso residents fear flooding from Bonito Lake
    We may be in midst of a seemingly never ending drought, but one New Mexico community is worried about flooding. Bonito Lake near Ruidoso is full of sediment from last year's Little Bear Wild Fire. 0 read more
    June 22, 2013 - KTSM El Paso
  • County assessment director offers resignation
    Jackson County’s assessment director, in the midst of dealing with errors in thousands of property value reassessments, has offered his resignation. County Executive Mike Sanders says the situation remains under review and has, so far, not accepted that resignation. The assessment director, Curtis Koons, is offering to stay on through the county’s informal appeals process and the final ...
    June 22, 2013 - The Examiner
Quotes

  • Paris Hilton in Times LIVE
    It's not hard to fathom Paris smoking pot, it's the doing it in the midst of the world's biggest sporting event, in public, blatantly enough to get caught, part that made it dubious. Again, Paris is not dumb,the article said. "It doesn't...
  • President Bush in The Swamp - Tribune's Washington Bureau (blog)
    President Bush, delivering a nationally televised appeal for an unprecedented federal buyout of $700 billion in bad mortgage debts, told a wary nation tonight: "We are in the midst of a serious financial crisis...... Without immediate action by...
  • Barack Obama in Reuters
    For top executives to award themselves these kinds of compensation packages in the midst of this economic crisis is not only bad taste -- it's bad strategy -- and I will not tolerate it as president,said Obama, who has been in the White House...

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