midwinter


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midwinter

a. the middle or depth of the winter
b. (as modifier): a midwinter festival
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Successful candidates must be YALSA members and must be able to attend both the 2020 ALA Midwinter and 2020 Annual Conference.
Also known as the midwinter, the winter solstice is a phenomenon marked by the shortest period of daylight and the longest night of the year, when one of earth's poles has its maximum tilt away from the sun.
Northop Hall and | Goal ace Katie Midwinter Kinmel Bay battled out a 2-2 draw.
In temperatures of -22 degrees Celsius (-7.6 degrees Fahrenheit), staff at Australia's Casey research station marked midwinter's day by cutting a small pool in the thick ice before stripping off and jumping in.
Irish-born Gerry and Stella Gilmore fly to Amsterdam for a midwinter break.
THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION held its Midwinter Meeting & Exhibits conference in Denver, Feb.
It primarily highlights the ABA Forum for Construction Law 2018 Midwinter Meeting, noting the various events that took place and the many topics concerning construction law that were addressed.
Michelle Midwinter, 33, was angry when a delivery man referred to her as "bby" and sent a kiss emoji.
Caraba will focus CDSs efforts on membership and attendance at the 153rd Midwinter Meeting, February 22-24, 2018, at the McCormick Place West.
After reading his latest, Midwinter Break, you won't wonder why he was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize for his 1997 novel, Grace Notes.
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.