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  • n  the middle of a stream

  • He marshals history to make his argument, and countless examples of civilizations changing course and attitudes midstream roll off his tongue.
  • Poll after poll has shown a steady erosion of confidence in the stimulus measure; one survey found that 45% of voters believe it should be abandoned midstream.
  • Exercises!) to chart a user's guide to living midstream Evangelical doctrine.
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  • Pat Rabbitte in International Herald Tribune
    There's a huge level of personal indebtedness out there, people with huge mortgages and so on,Rabbitte said. "They may have been fearful of changing horses in midstream."
  • Bert Sugar in International Herald Tribune
    There's always that caution that Jack Johnson is constantly reinventing himself on the fly, changing stories in midstream, and he knew he could tell different stories to different audiences,Sugar said. "He was really one to put his finger...
  • Sean Payton in Miami Herald
    You want to be playing good football as you enter the postseason,Payton said. "You need to credit Philadelphia to be able to make an adjustment midstream, especially (losing) a player like a Donovan McNabb. Jeff's done a great job of...

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