midwinter : Definition, Usages, News and More
- Senate returned Monday from a two-week midwinter recess and immediately ran into two sticky dilemmas: 1) explaining to the rest of America why we don't get congressional holidays .
- In one, he swims to the middle of the Thames in midwinter to rescue a drowning dog.
- The news broke over Canada's biggest (955,000) archdiocese like a stroke of midwinter lightning.
News & Articles
- It's a short day in Antarctica that's long on celebration
By Stephanie PappasLiveScience As the Northern Hemisphere enjoys the longest day of the year, the summer solstice, researchers overwintering in Antarctica are celebrating midwinter.Midwinter's Day is the shortest, darkest day in Antarctica, but the staff at the four wintering research stations look forward to the solstice like Christmas — complete with homemade gifts."You can't go shop and buy ...
June 22, 2013 - NBC NEWS
- Midwinter's Day Gets Big Bash in Antarctica
As the Northern Hemisphere enjoys the longest day of the year, the summer solstice, researchers overwintering in Antarctica are celebrating midwinter.
June 21, 2013 - LiveScience.com via Yahoo! News
- WG Grace in CricInfo.com
I had no time to prevent the umpire giving his decision,Grace recalled, "so Midwinter had to go."
- Eliza Carthy in guardian.co.uk
I'm not a big fan of forced jollity,says Carthy. "With me, it's, 'Stop wearing that silly hat and jumping up and down, please. It's not going to make me any warmer.' These songs are supposed to remind you that it's midwinter, and there's...