He soon made himself a sort of medium between ourselves and his fellow-loafers.
The catastrophe, however, is happy, and we are left in doubt whether it would have been better for her or not, to accept the first proposal; and this we conceive is precisely the proper medium; for, though we would not have prudential calculations the sole principle to be regarded in marriage, we are far from advocating their exclusion.
Today, the blood is believed merely the transporting medium for the internal secretion, destined for a particular group of cells.
It is fairly medium--might be worse, and would in no way be hurt if it were enlarged.
He advanced a step or two farther into the room, a slim, effeminate-looking person of barely medium height, dressed with the utmost care, of apparently no more than middle age but with crow's-feet about his eyes and sagging pockets of flesh underneath them.
The human material in which those monetary changes and those developments of credit will occur will be entirely different from the social medium of a hundred years ago.