They were a couple of quiet Americans sent overseas in the middle years of the wars.
Then the middle years wrapped her about again and the grey curtain of her indifference closed her in.
A man in the middle years sometimes has a bit of folly, and a woman worries about him without knowing exactly why.
In the middle years of his career, he devoted from ten to twelve hours a day to studying scores.
One of the satisfactory poems for study in the middle years of school life is the one whose name heads this paragraph.
He was by far the most striking personage in the middle years of the century.
In the middle years, say from 12 to 16, it has a social and vocational-guidance value.
Here the famous men of letters of the middle years of the last century visited him.
In such comparatively trifling events the middle years of the eighteenth century passed away.
The child time, the present; the middle years, the past; old age, the future.