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McCarthy seems to be trying to find some sort of middle ground between reality and Greene-ville.
Instead, people go through a middle ground of uncertainty before reaching a new pole — and so it is with most of those Arizona Republicans.
These are the middle ground between mobile and tethered—they’re more advanced than a cardboard box but also don’t need a centralized device to view content.
Miller’s methodology finds a middle ground between the two extremes that dominate the headlines and keep heads spinning.
Moderate cushioning hits the middle ground between pillowy and firm.
To one side in the middle ground is a colander, right side up.
Wool tends to be a good middle ground between the two, while providing a level of thermal regulation that the other materials can’t match.
Where we come together toward a middle ground, in order to make laws that would be appropriate for the majority of people if not all.
I think there is a middle ground where the majority of San Diegans stand.
She looked so sweet when she said it, standing and smiling there in the middle of the floor, the door-way making a frame for her.

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