1 We were to meet at the pool midway between our houses to talk it over.
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2 It was nearly midway between the oak and the house.
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3 It was equally conceivable that he had shot her and then himself, or that she had been the criminal, for the revolver lay upon the floor midway between them.
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4 I found a groove ripped in it, about midway between the pedestal of the sphinx and the marks of my feet where, on arrival, I had struggled with the overturned machine.
5 Yet midway my hope is, if righteous gods can do aught at all, thou wilt drain the cup of vengeance on the rocks, and re-echo calls on Dido's name.
6 But Lycus, far fleeter of foot, holds by the walls in flight midway among foes and arms, and strives to catch the coping in his grasp and reach the hands of his comrades.
7 So speaks he, and rises high on his uplifted sword; the steel severs the forehead midway right between the temples, and divides the beardless cheeks with ghastly wound.
8 With such words they sealed mutual treaty midway in sight of the princes.
9 He went to the Luxembourg again, but he did not proceed further than his bench midway of the alley.
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10 These two years rise like two mountains midway between those which precede and those which follow them.
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11 The majority of them, when talking freely, did justice to this king who stood midway between monarchy and revolution; no one hated him.
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12 Hastily snatching up the lighted candle, I hurried to the staircase; about midway a body was lying quite across the stairs.
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13 When the dish was empty and Gerald only midway in his remarks on the thievishness of Yankees who wanted to free darkies and yet offered no penny to pay for their freedom, Ellen rose.
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14 When he was midway through his dinner I asked him to give me the money to go to the bazaar.