One top agent notes the last huge merger in the entertainment world that he can remember was between Time Warner and AOL.
For instance, between 1977 and 1997, two-thirds of full-time workers had moved on to higher pay within a year.
In between those two scenes, however, lies the best and most powerful pure war film ever made, in my opinion.
The new partisan disparity is between an overwhelming 80 percent of Republicans and a still solid 65 percent of Democrats.
I would enjoy chatting with him in between takes and learning interesting facts about dinosaurs and their history.
between righteousness and morals the difference is important.
between them, his days and nights were occupied to crowding.
between parent and child, the intimacy had been unusually close.
It is true there was a fifth farm situated right in between the others.
“I am––that is, I––My tent was right there between those two trees,” said Ashton.
Old English betweonum "between, among, by turns," Mercian betwinum, from bi- "by" (see be-) + tweonum dative plural of *tweon "two each" (cf. Gothic tweih-nai "two each"). Between a rock and a hard place is from 1940s, originally cowboy slang. Between-whiles is from 1670s.