mid-March


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Noun1.mid-March - the middle part of Marchmid-March - the middle part of March    
period, period of time, time period - an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
Mar, March - the month following February and preceding April
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In mid-March came a letter from Miss Patty Spofford, saying that she and Miss Maria had decided to remain abroad for another year.
While Poudel has been lobbying for the convention to be held by mid-March next year, party President Deuba does not appear to be ready despite mounting pressure.
Regulators around the globe had grounded the 380-aircraft MAX fleet in mid-March, shortly after the second accident of March 10, 2019 involving an Ethiopian Airlines flight 302.
Since mid-March, the increase has averaged 12 cents per liter.
Bangladesh's second liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal is expected to start operations in mid-March though domestic pipeline constraints means it will be unable to fully supply gas demand to the country's capital Dhaka.
The vertical today probably rolls some of the interest to the 17.5 strke and expresses confidence that shares can rebound through mid-March. Earnings not due again until late March and after the expiration.
It starts around mid-March, with Pakistani and Indian varieties taking the lead.
Toilet paper suppliers in February informed Taiwan's retailers that prices of the product will go up by 10 to 30 percent, likely starting in mid-March. This means that consumers are likely to see the cost of a 12 pack of inter-fold toilet paper to rise from NT$200 (US$6.84) to NT$260 (US$8.89), reported CNA.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is expected to arrive in Baku in mid-March to attend a quadripartite meeting to discuss issues of interest.
By EDWIN MUTAIFarmers who delivered maize to the National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) will be paid Sh2.55 billion by mid-March, Agriculture secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri has said.The Cabinet secretary told MPs that the ministry had asked for more money through the supplementary budget to clear the debt owed to farmers.

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