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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMidlandsMid‧lands /ˈmɪdləndz/ noun   the MidlandsMidland adjectiveMidlander noun [countable]
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MidlandsWest Devon Beef was offered £1.60 a kilo by meat firms in Somerset and the Midlands.Miss Scrine conceived her campaign whilst attending an archaeological conference in the Midlands.I by contrast contrived to leave my grammar school in the Midlands without A levels.And detectives arrested the farm labourer at dawn yesterday at his home in Solihull, West Midlands.Walsall Hospitals trust in the West Midlands has the highest.A similar approach is needed when addressing the problems of car-dependent regions like the West Midlands.
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