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Middle America

1. the territories between the US and South America: Mexico, Central America, Panama, and the Greater and Lesser Antilles
2. the US middle class, esp those groups that are politically conservative
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But Francis argued that the Middle American Radicals were defined less by income than by attitude.
This publication consists of papers that have recently been published in the International Geology Review, focusing on Middle American terranes in which tectonic processes for orogenic development are examined at various times since the late Mesoproterozoic.
Yup, Ricky's living the Middle American dream, all right.
So Francis was fortunate in retaining his Chronicles and American Conservative outlets, as well as appearing regularly in VDARE and the lesser-known Middle American News.
In 1976 the sociologist Donald Warren wrote The Radical Center, a study of an emerging political species he called Middle American Radicals.
The year 5113 will correspond with 1999 and 5114 with 2000, although the ancient Middle American New Year was probably in March or later.
Thousands of Irish men travelled to the middle American town - which came to be known as Little Ireland - in the 1900s because the deadly job of mining copper paid the highest wages in the New World.
Conservative author Samuel Francis has written about a middle American radicalism that contributed to Buchanan's populist campaigns for the presidency in 1992 and 1996.
A high point of the show is a song in which he touts his role as universally despised spokesman for alienated Middle American youth.
Lee gives an excellent fully voiced presentation that includes sophisticated English, Scottish burr, middle American, cultured Chinese, pidgin English, and more accents.
The problem is middle American, middle-aged drug and alcohol abuse, violence, crime, and rotten values reflected in everything from rampant household battery and drunken driving to me-me politics.
Gary Cooper was the sort of American one seldom sees nowadays; tall, lean, radiating integrity and dignity, the very embodiment of middle American values.

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