media vs medium

media medium

Definitions

  • 1) anatomy The middle layer of the wall of a blood vessel or lymph vessel which is composed of connective and muscular tissue.
  • 2) The journalists and other professionals who comprise the mass communication industry.
  • 3) linguistics, dated A voiced stop consonant.
  • 4) Means and institutions for publishing and broadcasting information.
  • 5) The latinic plural form of medium, sometimes used as a singular with the same meaning as medium.
  • 6) The public institutions that report the news, such as newspapers, magazines, radio, and television, collectively; the news media.
  • 7) In anatomy, the middle tunic of an artery or a lymphatic vessel. Leidy, Anat. (1889).
  • 8) Plural of medium.

Definitions

  • 1) The material or empty space through which signals, waves or forces pass.
  • 2) The nature of the surrounding environment, e.g. solid, liquid, gas, vacuum, or a specific substance such as a solvent.
  • 3) microbiology A nutrient solution for the growth of cells in vitro.
  • 4) engineering The materials used to finish a workpiece using a mass finishing or abrasive blasting process.
  • 5) A format for communicating or presenting information.
  • 6) A person thought to have the power to communicate with the spirits of the dead or with agents of another world or dimension.
  • 7) A surrounding environment in which something functions and thrives.
  • 8) A specific kind of artistic technique or means of expression as determined by the materials used or the creative methods involved.
  • 9) A size of paper, usually 18 by 23 inches or 17.5 by 22 inches.
  • 10) The group of journalists and others who constitute the communications industry and profession.
  • 11) An agency by which something is accomplished, conveyed, or transferred.
  • 12) An intervening substance through which something else is transmitted or carried on.
  • 13) A solvent with which paint is thinned to the proper consistency.
  • 14) The materials used in a specific artistic technique.
  • 15) The substance in which a specific organism lives and thrives.
  • 16) Something, such as an intermediate course of action, that occupies a position or represents a condition midway between extremes.
  • 17) A means of mass communication, such as newspapers, magazines, radio, or television.
  • 18) Computers Any of various kinds of storage devices, such as hard drives or digital audiotape.
  • 19) A culture medium.
  • 20) Chemistry A filtering substance, such as filter paper.
  • 21) (Microbiology) A source of nutrients in which a microorganism is placed to permit its growth, cause it to produce substances, or observe its activity under defined conditions; also called culture medium or growth medium. The medium is usually a solution of nutrients in water, or a similar solution solidified with gelatin or agar.
  • 22) A means of transmission of news, advertising, or other messages from an information source to the public, also called a news medium, such as a newspaper or radio; used mostly in the plural form, i. e. news media or media. See 1st media{2}.
  • 23) (Math.) See Mean.
  • 24) a current medium of exchange, whether coin, bank notes, or government notes.
  • 25) That which lies in the middle, or between other things; intervening body or quantity.
  • 26) (Logic) The mean or middle term of a syllogism; that by which the extremes are brought into connection.
  • 27) Middle place or degree; mean.
  • 28) A substance through which an effect is transmitted from one thing to another.
  • 29) rare An average.
  • 30) (Paint.) The liquid vehicle with which dry colors are ground and prepared for application.
  • 31) A trade name for printing and writing paper of certain sizes. See Paper.
  • 32) (Physics) the ether.
  • 33) that which is used for effecting an exchange of commodities -- money or current representatives of money.
  • 34) In bacteriology, the nutritive substance, either a liquid or a solid, in which or upon which the various forms of microscopic life are grown for study. The liquid media employed are infusions of hay, extract of beer-yeast, and broth of various kinds of meat. The solid media most used are eggs, slices of potatoes and carrots, agar-agar, and especially gelatin and the gelatinized serum of the blood of oxen. After being thoroughly sterilized by heat, they are usually placed in test-tubes, and inoculated with the form that it is desired to study; the cultures may then be observed through the glass.
  • 35) In heat and light, that which transmits the energy of the heated or luminous body to a distance in undulatory waves; the ether.
  • 36) In logic, the mean or middle term of a syllogism.
  • 37) Anything which serves or acts intermediately; something by means of which an action is performed or an effect produced; an intervening agency or instrumentality: as, the atmosphere is a medium of sound.
  • 38) In acoustics, a ponderable elastic substance, as air or other gas, water, etc., which transmits the energy of the sounding body in waves of condensation and rarefaction to the ear.
  • 39) That which holds a middle place or position; that which comes or stands between the extremes in a series, as of things, principles, ideas, circumstances, etc.; a mean.
  • 40) A size of paper between demy and royal. American printing-medium is 19 × 24 inches; American writing-medium, 18 × 23 inches; English printing-medium, 18 × 28 inches; English writing-medium, 17½ × 22 inches; American double medium, 24 × 38 inches; and American medium and a half, 24 × 30 inches.
  • 41) Specifically— In painting, any liquid vehicle, as linseed-oil, poppy-oil, varnish, or water, with which dry pigments are ground, or with which pigments are mixed by the painter while at work, in order to give them greater fluidity.
  • 42) Something of mean or medium weight, size, etc.
  • 43) A person through whom, or through whose agency, another acts; specifically, one who is supposed to be controlled in speech and action by the will of another person or a disembodied being, as in animal magnetism and spiritualism; an instrument for the manifestation of another personality.
  • 44) Technically— In mathematics, a mean. See mean.
  • 45) Occurring or being between two degrees, amounts, or quantities; intermediate: synonym: average.
  • 46) Having a middle position or degree; mean; intermediate; medial

Examples

  • 1) It’s also worth recording some of the social media gaffes from this election.
  • 2) But the social media messages increasingly told a different story.
  • 3) The pair regularly tweet about each other's work and media appearances.
  • 4) Easier than asking - as you sat in the social media choir stalls nodding at agreeable voices - what the hell you missed.
  • 5) We will be referring this matter to the police for investigation and have had the social media profiles removed,' the ministry said.
  • 6) I have switched off the social media that provides the backing track to my normal life: especially Twitter and its angry agitation.
  • 7) The site has changed the way the media works.
  • 8) He was also one of the first media moguls to spot the true potential of the internet.
  • 9) Mass political parties exist because the mass media exists.
  • 10) The most useful thing about celebrity endorsement is the media coverage.
  • 11) This time the social media stats make for slightly different reading.
  • 12) The huge media coverage of the show is also a worry.
  • 13) The social media profiles of the founders show apparently carefree lives.
  • 14) Our headmistress mentioned the latter at assembly but there was no frenetic media coverage.
  • 15) Some social media pages can either be closed or kept as memorial pages.
  • 16) Now in media work having had a spell as boss of Northampton.
  • 17) New York has a new media mogul.
  • 18) A lot of this hope is just media hype.
  • 19) For most, featuring in the mass media press is not beneath their dignity but a recognition of it.
  • 20) The Times is the media partner.
  • 21) What he does not currently have is much luck and what the media has worked hard to undermine over the last couple of weeks is his confidence.
  • 22) The organizational culture of the mass media helps to frame the production of news, and thereby what viewers come to understand as news.
  • 23) Mr Grade could look at a full acquisition of the Scottish media group.
  • 24) He has deserved neither the adulation nor the contempt, but that's media hype for you.
  • 25) The victim in the new edition is a high-profile media mogul, instead of the reclusive millionaire in the original.
  • 26) Yes, this code word for \ "liberal media, \" or \ "not liberal enough media\" or \ "not-the-person-on-the-television-at-that-moment media, \" is like rice deploring white.
  • 27) Such media should be referred to as _liquefiable media_; in point of fact, however, they are usually grouped together with the solid media.
  • 28) Referring to a claim by media that Ma was only informed about the situation following an inquiry from CNA, Chang said the government must learn from the episode because it cannot rely on the ­media to when dealing with developing crises.
  • 29) The @media rule allows different style rules for different media in the same style sheet.
  • 30) Brent Bozell III is president of the media Research Center, a media watchdog organization that popularized the term "media bias."
  • 31) ‘Politicians should know by now that newspapers or the media do not campaign for any one at all.’
  • 32) ‘It is often only the big, single-issue campaigns that capture the media's attention and excite the public.’
  • 33) ‘Of course, the most extreme views tend to make the best headlines, so they get all the media and public attention.’
  • 34) ‘Interest in the games has been fuelled by the huge exposure in the media, particularly on television.’
  • 35) ‘The health minister has been particularly prominent in the media in this regard.’
  • 36) ‘However, in my opinion, the main responsibility of the media is to tell the truth.’
  • 37) ‘It all depends on confidence and what publicity the media gives to the market.’
  • 38) ‘Even a minor fall in house prices is nowadays regarded as a signal for mass panic by the media.’
  • 39) ‘The news got passing attention in the media and made even less impact on share prices in the sector.’
  • 40) ‘Perhaps the media attention will ensure that things turn out for the best.’
  • 41) ‘Because of the media attention we would have expected an objective witness to come forward by this stage.’
  • 42) ‘Much of the news and information in the media originates from public relations sources.’
  • 43) ‘It is in this regard that the media in Bulgaria has a vital role to play.’
  • 44) ‘Despite that decent return, he has never won over the media or his coach.’
  • 45) ‘The media barrage brought public attention, and led more people to become fans.’
  • 46) ‘Governments and the media should refrain from using doctors and patients to further their own agendas.’
  • 47) ‘The role of medical journals and the media should not be ignored in that debate.’
  • 48) ‘It sparked a massive media appeal to find bone marrow donors for the four youngsters.’
  • 49) ‘The international media has taken its eye off Zimbabwe, yet the suffering of its people has in no way abated.’
  • 50) ‘Within days a wave of criticism was unleashed in the international media.’
  • 51) ‘This sheet was placed around a tubular support to produce the media of the vessel.’
  • 52) ‘Alternatively, thickness of the carotid intima and media may be measured by using ultrasound.’
  • 53) ‘Some veins do not possess smooth muscle fibers and, as a result, do not have a tunica media.’
  • 54) ‘The aortic wall is held together by a small section of intact media and adventitia.’

Examples

  • 1) Preheat the grill to medium and line a baking tray with tin foil.
  • 2) He is now dividing his time between coaching and media work.
  • 3) The social media site also announced a more direct way of reporting abusive content.
  • 4) Tip into a casserole pan on a medium heat with the butter.
  • 5) How did you get to be a social media influencer?
  • 6) The media then reported it as our success in getting support.
  • 7) The plan includes 600 new study bedrooms and extra teaching and performance space for media and arts students.
  • 8) Is there a happy medium?
  • 9) Of course, most people know the world doesn't ooze opulence and happiness in the way social media suggests it does.
  • 10) Our creative arts and media have exceptional global reach.
  • 11) The media were not the only ones indulging in vaguely pointless activities.
  • 12) You work in film or media and think about yourself a lot.
  • 13) The gap between urban and rural education is widest at small to medium sized schools.
  • 14) The media were able to brand me.
  • 15) The media is also given the information so that it can seek to challenge the restrictions.
  • 16) Perhaps the standard narrative is just a way for the media to get itself off the hook.
  • 17) You need to find your own happy medium.
  • 18) Melt butter in a pan on a medium heat until brown.
  • 19) Stir the sauce over a medium low heat until it boils and thickens.
  • 20) But it turned out to be bad news for the media.
  • 21) Preheat the grill to medium to high.
  • 22) Gone is the humour of many of his earlier works in this medium.
  • 23) He will also act as the primary point of contact for the media on selection issues.
  • 24) But the defendant in that case was identified and substantial sections of the evidence were reported by the media.
  • 25) We mustn't get too nostalgic for any particular medium.
  • 26) He was of medium height, stocky with a rather florid complexion and powdered hair.
  • 27) While the loaf cooks, bring all the glaze ingredients to simmer in a small pan over a medium heat.
  • 28) Two shimmering medium greys highlight the eyelid, while a hint of silver opens up eyes with a touch of light.
  • 29) In many classrooms language is the only explicit medium of instruction and such classrooms are often said to be havens for "chalk and talk".
  • 30) Mag. _ in May 1861, writes: "I have deduced from this result the relation between statical or dynamical electricity, and have shown that the elasticity of the magnetic medium in air is the same as that of the luminiferous medium, _if these two coexistent, coextensive, and equally elastic media are not rather one medium_."
  • 31) Very good depth, but a bit closed up right now taste: delicious and smooth medium feel with excellent medium+ acidity and balanced tones of white fruits, pears, apples, apricots and a bit of nectarines.
  • 32) I sat down and ordered hot-and-sour soup (medium hot) and kung pao chicken (medium*).
  • 33) Short finish upon opening, but with time medium to medium+ with airtime (and touch of drying tannins noticeable on the finish).
  • 34) In Latin textbooks of history the term medium aevum had existed for more than a century; Hornius had made it a subdivision of historia nova (moderna), and Cel - larius had presented his Historia universalis as in antiquam et medii aevi ac novam divisa (Jena, 1696).
  • 35) The critic often uses the term medium as if it necessarily meant a professional, whereas every investigator has found some of his best results among amateurs.
  • 36) Scholastics comprise under the term medium rationis.
  • 37) To apply to it the distinguishing term medium, therefore, is positively misleading, since the smaller variety of red clover commonly grown occupies such middle ground, as the term medium would indicate.
  • 38) The term medium has doubtless come to be applied to it because the plants are in size intermediate between the Mammoth variety (_Trifolium magnum_) and the smaller varieties, as the Alsike (_Trifolium hybridum_) and the small white (_Trifolium repens_).
  • 39) ‘A common answer is ‘anything that can be used as a medium of exchange’.’
  • 40) ‘To use TV as a medium of education will yield rich dividends.’
  • 41) ‘The meetings provide a medium for local councillors to raise the issues of their electorate on a more intimate basis with Council officials.’
  • 42) ‘We are simply providing a medium for people to tell us their experiences in confidence and presenting them to the public who can then make up their own minds.’
  • 43) ‘The company began as a medium for senior dancers to perform.’
  • 44) ‘Given a medium of exchange, people can trade even if their wants and needs don't directly coincide.’
  • 45) ‘Which means, theatre is not just a medium for entertainment, but a reaction to the intense and complex realities around us.’
  • 46) ‘The internet ‘should be a medium for unbridled self-expression’, not an amplifier of fears.’
  • 47) ‘Mostly, it was a medium for the well-off to talk among themselves.’
  • 48) ‘The idea of using newspapers as a medium of education goes back to the 18th century.’
  • 49) ‘Others do not, saying that they are not bookmakers, but a medium for bets between consenting adults.’
  • 50) ‘Chatrooms have always been popular on the internet as they provide a medium for people with similar interests to meet and discuss their opinions.’
  • 51) ‘As we built it, the library became a medium for us to design our own structure of how subjects and ideas flow.’
  • 52) ‘Later, increasing numbers of literati acknowledged the folding fan as a medium for showing off their expertise in writing and painting.’
  • 53) ‘No asset since gold in the 19th century enjoys such broad acceptance as both a medium of exchange and a store of value as the dollar.’
  • 54) ‘He then shifts to the use of gold in Greece, Rome, and Byzantium, initially as adornment but later as a medium of exchange.’
  • 55) ‘We could get more things done, since television would not be a medium of entertainment but rather of information alone.’
  • 56) ‘Accordingly, money is brought forth into society to be used as a medium of exchange to facilitate the trade of goods of all kinds.’
  • 57) ‘It was a medium for collaboration and interaction between individuals without regard of geographic location, she said.’
  • 58) ‘It provides education for children using the Maori language as the medium of instruction.’
  • 59) ‘Secondly, the Commission recommends Mother Tongue as the medium of instruction for elementary education.’
  • 60) ‘English is the official language and the main medium of instruction from preschool to tertiary levels of education.’
  • 61) ‘In Malaysia, on the other hand, Malay is the national and the official language and the main medium of instruction.’
  • 62) ‘English is the administrative language and the medium of instruction in schools.’
  • 63) ‘Blogging is the medium that lets us communicate with like-minded people.’
  • 64) ‘Languages were flawless and they were just mediums of interaction and communication, he added.’
  • 65) ‘Since music is a mysterious international language, it can be the medium of communication in its special way with patients.’
  • 66) ‘The problem, though, is not with the words, but with the medium of communication, with situation and circumstance.’
  • 67) ‘It seems mobile phone is the medium of choice for communication for modern Japanese.’
  • 68) ‘It is a powerful communicative medium; a language which uses the mind and body to relate varied experiences.’
  • 69) ‘The mediums of communications have themselves changed.’
  • 70) ‘True communication can only occur between people with equal access to the medium in which the communication is taking place.’
  • 71) ‘Our newest medium of camp marketing communications probably sports the most flagrant offenses.’
  • 72) ‘Simply put, mobile communications is the new medium for the future.’
  • 73) ‘I shall use the same medium of communication as I believe that the information I give will reach the wider public.’
  • 74) ‘Today, it seems that through the various medium of communications every heartbeat is shared by the world.’
  • 75) ‘Blogs are just a new medium for communication and the three rules apply.’
  • 76) ‘Thai is the national language and the medium for education and mass communication.’
  • 77) ‘The Internet has become a global medium for instant communication and quick access to information.’
  • 78) ‘Second, the gene provides the physical medium for sharing genetic information from generation to generation.’
  • 79) ‘Air, the lubricating medium, is forced into a reservoir surrounding the bearing.’
  • 80) ‘Moving in a fluid is complicated by the fact that forces applied to the medium cause it to move.’
  • 81) ‘There was no medium or physical means to push and pull the planets and other objects around.’
  • 82) ‘Typically, by the end of batch culture nutrients in the medium would be considerably depleted.’
  • 83) ‘The world ocean is what laboratory scientists would call a culture medium, the largest petri dish known to mankind.’
  • 84) ‘Alkaloid levels were determined both in the roots and in the culture medium after a culturing period of 28 d.’
  • 85) ‘In doing so, this mucus becomes a culture medium for further bacterial growth, aggravating the state of recurrent infections.’
  • 86) ‘The culture medium covering the cells was purged with pure nitrogen gas for 4 h.’
  • 87) ‘In plant cell culture, the addition of exogenous sugar to the culture medium is an absolute necessity for nearly all tissues.’
  • 88) ‘Organic matter plays an important complementary role, especially on very sandy soils where it is practically the only medium for nutrient and water storage.’
  • 89) ‘The culture medium in the glass containers was exchanged every 2 days.’
  • 90) ‘Addition of Chinese medicines into the culture medium will significantly affect bone cell metabolism.’
  • 91) ‘This would also increase the sloughing off of cell wall surface polymers in the culture medium.’
  • 92) ‘Blood is a great medium for the bacteria that causes gonorrhea.’
  • 93) ‘Serial dilutions of the test solutions with culture medium were prepared before in vitro assay.’
  • 94) ‘Cells were separated from the culture medium by centrifugation at 100 g for 1 min at 4°C.’
  • 95) ‘The objective of this study was to develop a suitable medium to improve in vitro pollen germination in pigeonpea.’
  • 96) ‘Eggs were collected during 8 h periods in cultured bottles containing standard medium.’
  • 97) ‘Pollen was sprinkled on the media by gently tapping a set of three flowers directly above the surface of the medium in each Petri dish.’
  • 98) ‘Uptake activity depends on the growth phase of the cultured cells whereas the culture medium had no effect on uptake.’
  • 99) ‘This occurs when colonic bacteria accumulate above the obstructing lesion and flourish in a nutrient medium.’
  • 100) ‘The basal cut surface was left in the nutrient medium.’
  • 101) ‘The culture medium was changed after 24 h and from then on three times a day.’
  • 102) ‘In most cases, magnetic disk storage will be the medium of choice for several key reasons.’
  • 103) ‘This means shifting data between storage mediums in an effort to provide the ideal levels of access, protection, and recovery at the lowest possible total cost.’
  • 104) ‘A signal from a storage medium is processed in a data channel to form digital data.’
  • 105) ‘Review DVD is currently hyped as the storage medium of the future.’
  • 106) ‘What's the next most common storage medium shared amongst many computers?’
  • 107) ‘Using the whole volume of a storage medium, instead of just the surface, allows us to encode much more information in a small space.’
  • 108) ‘Their capacity and low price mean that CD-Rs should be your starting point when considering a storage medium.’
  • 109) ‘The encrypted object is written as an ordinary file on the medium.’
  • 110) ‘Tape is the overwhelming computer medium of choice for archiving.’
  • 111) ‘Wired Magazine is now suggesting that discs are dead as a storage medium.’
  • 112) ‘As a long-term storage medium for check images, tape significantly exceeds any realistic requirements.’
  • 113) ‘This would let users treat the drive as a floppy drive or hard drive, making it an easier to use storage medium.’
  • 114) ‘Disk has lagged behind tape as a long-term storage medium because of cost.’
  • 115) ‘Tape is the most effective storage medium on a price basis for large amounts of data.’
  • 116) ‘Things are looking up for DVD-RAM as a general-purpose storage medium.’
  • 117) ‘If you can justify the price and are looking for some portable storage medium then this is something you should take a look at.’
  • 118) ‘This film has been used for over 12 years as an archival optical storage medium.’
  • 119) ‘Copy files to and from the device as you would with any other storage medium.’
  • 120) ‘Despite the drawbacks stated above, tape is still a widely accepted storage medium.’
  • 121) ‘They largely replaced disk drives as a transportable storage medium.’
  • 122) ‘The other pieces were in ceramic, the medium for which the artist is best known.’
  • 123) ‘And woodblocks have remained the dominant medium for Japanese print artists until our days.’
  • 124) ‘Concrete is one of the artist's favorite mediums.’
  • 125) ‘More than 60 artists in different mediums display their artistic experiments with unfamiliar material.’
  • 126) ‘O'Connell sells contemporary glass sculpture, a popular medium for homes full of sun on the water.’
  • 127) ‘She worked in a variety of mediums, including artist's books, painting, printmaking, sculpture, installation and dance.’
  • 128) ‘As an artistic medium, film is easily the most accessible art form, yet the least discussed beyond its immediate spectacle.’
  • 129) ‘Prevalent artistic mediums of that period - the mural and the poster - reflected the political character of the times.’
  • 130) ‘I cannot discuss all the new artistic mediums here - and if I did, my discussion would be obsolete before this book is published.’
  • 131) ‘My favorite medium is artistic photography because it is real and has that peacefulness and beauty in it.’
  • 132) ‘Shakespeare's work has been produced since the Renaissance in all artistic mediums from the original theater to opera, symphony, film, and ballet.’
  • 133) ‘Krause is an artist who continues to push himself into new mediums and new subject matter.’
  • 134) ‘It showcased a variety of artistic mediums ranging from large finished canvases to sketch books.’
  • 135) ‘Energized by necessity as well as by curiosity and competence in many mediums, the versatile artist was awesomely productive.’
  • 136) ‘The arch soon became a focal point of Washington Square and a subject for artists working in all mediums.’
  • 137) ‘What sets him apart from the very large number of contemporary artists working in the medium is his exhilarating use of colour.’
  • 138) ‘As an artistic medium, film can have a myriad of purposes.’
  • 139) ‘These are young professionals who are exploring the artistic medium of film.’
  • 140) ‘The artist chooses mediums like oil, calligraphy and glass to display her talents.’
  • 141) ‘In fact, the completed windows do possess a freshness that is striking to find in the medium of monumental stained glass.’
  • 142) ‘Such beliefs are not confined to rural areas; in the cities there is a network of spirit mediums who claim to contact the dead.’
  • 143) ‘This work, by Professor Richard Wiseman, involved asking five mediums to contact the dead relatives of five volunteers.’
  • 144) ‘He asserts that this work supports the mediums ' claims that they are actually communicating with the dead.’
  • 145) ‘Nigel's devastated parents made a number of attempts to contact their son through mediums and the spiritualist church.’
  • 146) ‘A male medium contacted the owner in 1985 and disclosed that the dead Hessian soldier had visited him in a dream.’
  • 147) ‘Clients of mediums who claim to get messages from the dead are very highly motivated clients.’
  • 148) ‘After making an international name for himself, he spent several years exposing phony spiritualists and mediums.’
  • 149) ‘During the winter of 1978, the owner was contacted by a professional medium.’
  • 150) ‘Soon, half the audience is crying, convinced the medium has made contact.’
  • 151) ‘If an authentic medium detects a spirit that is present, they will try and convince it to move on.’
  • 152) ‘Most people who go to a medium or a spiritualist church have lost someone and want to find out that this person is okay.’
  • 153) ‘Today's most successful mediums, however, simply claim the dead communicate through them.’
  • 154) ‘I do not let spirits enter my body and speak through me, though some psychics and mediums work this way.’
  • 155) ‘This man did not claim to be a medium but, nonetheless, believed he had talked many times with the spirit of Doyle.’
  • 156) ‘Other religious practitioners include spirit mediums and shamans, most of whom are women.’
  • 157) ‘Spiritualist mediums are predominantly women who hold divinations and seances in their homes; many have become successful and even wealthy.’
  • 158) ‘He claims he is a medium for holy spirits who talk to him in their dreams.’
  • 159) ‘As a spiritual medium, telephone readings are available at a very affordable price.’
  • 160) ‘Did the medium really tell you that your dead father's name was William?’
  • 161) ‘Just a few days ago, I sat down with a woman who is a medium, and we got to talking about spirits and ghosts.’
  • 162) ‘He was described as a man in his late 30s, taller than average, of medium build with short dark hair and who spoke with no discernible accent.’
  • 163) ‘She had a slim build and medium length, fashionably styled blonde hair.’
  • 164) ‘She has fair medium length straight hair and blue eyes.’
  • 165) ‘The first man was white, in his late teens, 5ft 10 in tall, of medium build, with fair short hair.’
  • 166) ‘He is described as being medium build with a fair complexion and light brown hair.’
  • 167) ‘In addition about 90% of the quota was taken up by producers in the small to medium size categories.’
  • 168) ‘Many military installations are in or near small or medium size towns that can't absorb such a loss.’
  • 169) ‘These policies will inevitably lead to an extremely painful property market shake-out in the near to medium term.’
  • 170) ‘There is a certain amount of research that has no clear medium term pay off that is funded by governments.’
  • 171) ‘He had medium length shaggy black hair and bright green eyes.’
  • 172) ‘Her hair was medium length and brown, and she walked gracefully.’
  • 173) ‘I smiled and ruffled her medium length light brown hair slightly.’
  • 174) ‘Her medium length brown hair was loose and hung over her back.’
  • 175) ‘My medium length black hair was left out in bouncy curls today.’
  • 176) ‘This product is suitable for most small to medium size businesses that require full stock control and sales and purchase order processing.’
  • 177) ‘She looked to be in her mid-thirties and had medium length brown hair.’
  • 178) ‘They are about the size of a medium collie dog, but their tail is round and bushy and is carried straight out below the level of their back.’
  • 179) ‘In captivity, the hawk-headed parrot has a life span comparable to most other medium size parrots.’
  • 180) ‘They seemed to be of medium length and one them had been pulled from the root, making a DNA check possible.’
  • 181) ‘Its bill is of medium length for a shorebird, and it has short, yellow legs.’
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