Definition of midland

adjective

of or in the middle part of a country.

However, the distances involved in the journey of Anne of Denmark from Scotland represents a more ambitious project than any of the late queen's itineraries, mainly in southern and midland England.

the middle part of a country.

The centre needs to raise funds every year to ensure that it remains a centre for excellence for the visual and performing arts in the midlands .

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Example of midland

  • Across much of midland England wide-ranging changes took place in the countryside in the late Saxon period.

  • Although never close to winning a seat in Parliament, it had strong support in parts of London, the midlands , and some northern cities.

  • By 1901 his partnership with Joseph Cooper produced motor-cycles from components bought from midland suppliers.

  • By capturing London, this midland dialect in speech and writing captured the kingdom.

  • How are the midland towns taking the news of the war?

  • However, the distances involved in the journey of Anne of Denmark from Scotland represents a more ambitious project than any of the late queen's itineraries, mainly in southern and midland England.

  • I think I'll take a meander up to the midlands this weekend and go see if there is something there I can shoot.

  • I'd like to ride some more international races such as the Avalanche cup and races at home like the Scottish, Nambs Nemba's midland series, and the Gold runs.

  • In many areas, especially in the eastern Cape, coastal and midland Natal, and the highveld of the Transvaal and the Free State, loss of land necessitated changes in the way that African families survived.

  • In turn, this midland plan will be forwarded to the National Drugs Strategy Unit.


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