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MID

(1) The file extension for Musical Instrument Digital Interface files (see MIDI file).

(2) (Mobile Internet Device) Intel's moniker for a low-cost handheld computer that has wireless capability. The term was coined when Intel introduced its Atom chips in 2008. MIDs are larger than smartphones and smaller than netbooks. See Intel Atom.
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Many companies investigated the new MID technology but most pulled back because of high development cost, according to Nils Heininger, product manager at LPKF Laser and Electronics AG in Garbsen, Germany, the developer of a promising new laser-based MID process.
With the victory, Mid Valley is the area's first team since Valley Chatsworth in 1999 to advance to the World Series, which begins Friday in Bartlesville, Okla.
On a timely filed Federal gift tax return, the stock was valued at approximately $50 per share, representing the net asset value of the corporation less a 25% MID and LOMD.
And while things didn't go exactly as Mid Valley had grown accustomed, the result was the same Monday in the championship game of the 19-and-under Western Regional at Zupo field: Jose Carrillo hit a two-out solo home run in the bottom of the 12th inning to give Mid Valley a 4-3 victory over St.
Making only his second start of the year, Campos pitched like anything but a fill-in as he exemplified the team's versatility and athleticism that could make Mid Valley the area's first team since 1999 to reach the World Series.
Things were plenty bleak when Mid Valley learned just hours before game time that its scheduled starting pitcher was ineligible, leaving a roster of only 11 healthy players.
A throwing error on Spottiswood's ninth-inning grounder gave Mid Valley a 2-1 victory over Galt on Sunday at the 19-and-under state championship tournament at the Veterans Home of California.
The new Mid Valley Family YMCA represents how a San Fernando Valley institution that lost most of its white support learned to adapt - and to thrive - in a mostly Latino community.