midwinter


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midwinter

a. the middle or depth of the winter
b. (as modifier): a midwinter festival
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They are current on the dental trends and technology through extensive CDS continuing education programs, including the Midwinter Meeting.
Midwinter Break is a slim book, which proves you don't have to write a Middlemarch-esque door-stopper to produce a masterpiece.
28 for her contributions, leadership and friendship at the annual Friends of the Industry dinner during the Food Marketing Institute's (FMI) 2017 Midwinter Executive Conference, in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Midwinter of the Spirit is a three-episode supernatural crime drama, starring two-time BAFTA-award winning actress Anna Maxwell Martin.
This year was the 151st Chicago Midwinter Meeting which was held at McCormick Place in downtown Chicago.
Using content and techniques from their counseling courses, Midwinter and Dickson present a textbook for people who embed counseling and communications skills within professional roles, for professionals working with or intending to work with the welfare of others who wish to enhance and improve their counseling and communication skills, and for students who will be progressing to formal training in counseling or other type of therapy.
Unlike all the other pulmonarias, it all but disappears in midwinter but its plain leaves poke through at the first hint of spring.
picture that: Though bad weather often pre-empts work in midwinter, it also opens up all sorts of possibilities for dreaming - sometimes even for planning.
for weather allusions and discovered seven clear references to midwinter halcyon days.
The Midwinter Eagle Survey is organized by Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection.
In the following two sections, midwinter spring and the still point will be compared and examined in the context of Four Quartets and Eliot's poetic production as a whole, as well as in their links with Purgatorio, Paradiso and other canonical literary texts.
The promise of this year's American Library Association's (ALA) Midwinter Meeting was rolled into the theme of The Conversation Starts Here.