MID or Mid may refer to:
Other articles related to "mid":
... of yams which was Tonga's most important staple food Name Compared to Modern Calendar Lihamu'a mid-November to early December Lihamui mid-December to early January Vaimu'a mid-January to early ...
... The UWF Television Championship started out as the Mid-South Television Championship in 1984 and was then represented by a medal ... It was renamed when Mid-South Wrestling changed its name to the UWF in 1986 and the title medal was replaced by a belt ... The TV title was the mid-level wrestlers' title during its existence ...
... Prior to the mid 19th century, Barolo was a sweet wine ... In the mid 19th century, Camillo Benso, conte di Cavour, the mayor of Grinzane Cavour invited the French enologist Louis Oudart to the Barolo region to improve the ... By the mid 20th century, wine production in the Barolo zone was dominated by large negociants who purchased grapes and wines from across the zone and blended it into a house style ...
... State Fullerton Pacific-10 10-6 0.625 Oregon St, Stanford Oregon St Mid-Con 3-2 0.600 Oral Roberts SEC 24-17 0.585 Alabama, Georgia, Ole Miss, South Carolina Georgia Missouri Valley 5-4 0.556 ...
... Since the mid-20th century, intensive water consumption has dewatered the lower course of the river such that it no longer reaches the sea except in years of heavy runoff ... A number of expeditions charted the Colorado in the mid-19th century, of which one was the first to run the rapids of the Grand Canyon, led by John Wesley Powell in 1869 ... scale settlement of the lower basin by whites began in the mid-to-late 1800s, with steamboats providing transportation and trade along the Colorado and Gila Rivers ...
Famous quotes containing the word mid:
“There, on the mountain and the sky,
On all the tragic scene they stare.
One asks for mournful melodies;
Accomplished fingers begin to play.
Their eyes mid many wrinkles, their eyes,
Their ancient, glittering eyes, are gay.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“Semi-Saracenic architecture, sustaining itself as if by miracle in mid air; glittering in the red sunlight with a hundred oriels, minarets, and pinnacles; and seeming the phantom handiwork, conjointly, of the Sylphs,... the Fairies,... the Genii, and ... the Gnomes.”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091849)
“At the mid hour of night, when stars are weeping, I fly
To the lone vale we loved when life was warm in thine eye,”
—Thomas Moore (17791852)