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Definition of Middies

Middies
Middy Mid"dy, n.; pl. Middies. A colloquial abbreviation of midshipman.

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- Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, GCVO (born Catherine Elizabeth Middleton; 9 January 1982), po****rly known as Kate Middleton, is a member of the British...
- Middy may refer to: A middy blouse, an item of Sailor dress worn by girls and young women in the early twentieth century; The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway...
- Philippa Charlotte Matthews (née Middleton; born 6 September 1983) is an English socialite, author and columnist. The younger sister of Kate Middleton...
- Maria Morgan (November 22, 1828 - June 1, 1892), generally known as Middy Morgan, was an Irish-born agricultural journalist who became one of America's...
- bodice and collar treatment. A sailor-collared blouse is called a middy blouse ("middy" derives from "midshipman"). In early 20th-century America, sailor...
- 2018. Boys Basketball – 1944, 1946, 1947, 1952, 1953, 1956, 1957. The Middies' seven boys basketball state titles are tied with Villa Angela-St. Joseph...
- beverage measures for the sale of beer, ale and stout, so terms such as seven, middy, pot or schooner do not legally specify a particular size. A typical "schooner"...
- three defen**** and the goalie stay in the defensive zone, and the three middies play in both zones. A team that violates this rule is offsides and either...
- Legend of Lizzie Borden Emma Borden TV film 1975 The Six Million Dollar Man Middy Episode: "The White Lightning War" 1977–81 Soap Jessica Tate 85 episodes...
- cancellation of their upcoming U.S. tour as well as the departure of Johnny, Middy, and Taz, leaving Archie as the sole original member of the band. On April...
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