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At this middle piece were the 2 lower portions of the building.
I don't think anyone's going to put that staff back together again; it was the middle piece."
Pry up the middle piece then pull the two side pieces free.
"The holder snaps onto the middle piece of a hand truck," he said.
Carla's breaking the middle piece in half for a kids' game that'll happen later."
They must collect the middle piece of the pipe from the Auron tribe.
The middle piece is painted red and the last is painted white.
The middle piece of the chromosome falls out.
The middle piece has vases, flanked by candelabra with seven candles each.
Pry out the middle piece.
The end pieces of the starting dough are never used because the glutens are not as aligned as the middle pieces.
During the fourth part of the Seder, called Yachatz, the leader breaks the middle piece of matzo into two.
The first and last pieces in an ordre were of the same tonality, but the middle pieces could be in other closely related tonalities.
It was the middle piece of this week's hat trick of personnel decisions that set the stage for the regular season for a greatly revamped team.
The decagonal rotating middle piece, with carved maps of the continents and precious stones inlaid, symbolizes the five continents.
The most used naming convention is referring to the locations as points as their corresponding cardinal and ordinal points with "center" referring to the middle piece.
The middle piece was to have been Todd Bolender's "Still Point"; Mr. Bolender once directed this company.
During this ritual, the leader of the Seder takes the middle piece of matzo out from the stack of three whole matzot on the Seder table.
Of the two other (i.e., non-calling) players, the one whose knife is closest to the referee's gets the middle piece, and the other player gets the rightmost piece.
Even the middle piece, Haydn's Cello Concerto in C, had a French twist in that Paul Tortelier was the soloist.
But the opening "Scenario Minievent" had its charms, and the middle piece, "Crises," from 1960, offered a piquant indication of the evolution of Mr. Cunningham's style.
After the breaking of the middle piece of matzah came the maggid, the retelling of the story of Moses and the Passover, and then the ma-nishtanah, or four questions.
A grid may start with clues in the form of squares that have already been solved, showing a submarine, an end piece of a ship, a middle piece of a ship, or water.
Other chess authors limit battery to "an arrangement of two pieces in line with the enemy king on a rank, file, or diagonal so that if the middle piece moves a discovered check will be delivered."
However, in Chessgames.com blogs and game annotations of other chess websites, the term is also used in cases where moving the middle piece will uncover a threat other than a check along the opened line.