Just then, a middle-aged white woman came out of the building.
Only later did middle-aged women find they worked for them.
A middle-aged woman was at the next table to the girls, with her back to them.
A middle-aged woman put her head in at a side door.
Then she changed again, and was the middle-aged woman in brown.
Then the door opened and a middle-aged woman got out.
You talk like a school miss instead of a middle-aged woman.
This time it was the middle-aged woman who had been sitting at the back of the church.
Before it began, the middle-aged woman asked to speak with the judge.
The condition is more common in young and middle-aged women.