June 8 would be halfway through Mr.
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“I was happy with the time at 5km, 10km and at halfway.”
The halfway house was on a block with a brisk drug trade.
Once you are halfway into a minefield, you may as well go all the way.
“I opened off on the speed I normally would do and up until about halfway it was going alright.
These developments might have been expected to be the death knell for the halfway house movement.
In Jones’s view, the private halfway-house industry lacks incentives to succeed at rehabilitation.
The concept of the halfway house is predicated upon the ideals of humanitarianism, rehabilitation, and reintegration.
They're past halfway in the men's T54, the six in the leading pack now being chased down but still 13sec ahead at 25km.
In truth, Egan is not halfway decent; she is blessed with high, apple-round cheeks, a slanting jawline, and intelligent eyes.
Farah, meanwhile, was left to lick his wounds after coming home in fifth in 2:05:39 having been dropped by the lead runners at halfway.
His new play, “Halfway Bitches Go Straight to Heaven,” in previews at the Atlantic Theatre Company, is set in a women’s halfway house.
These adaptations, however, came with a cost, as the treatment orientation of the traditional halfway houses became secondary to concerns about supervision and control.
“The good halfway houses are the ones that have wraparound services to help people deal with the lack of job skills, substance-abuse problems, and other issues in a way that’s supportive.”
In 2013, a Pennsylvania study concluded that inmates released to halfway houses across the state had worse recidivism rates than their counterparts who were sent directly back into society.
“He can’t meet the Chinese halfway on this, because if you meet them halfway, they’ll only be stealing half as much as they’re stealing and killing half as many of Americans.”
This need not mean inaccuracy – being “past 100,000 miles” suggests that Major Tom is indeed about halfway to the moon when he sings these words about halfway through the song.
- at half the distance; at the middle
Example: he was halfway down the ladder when he fell
- equally distant from the extremes
- at a point midway between two extremes
Example: at the halfway mark
- including only half or a portion
Example: halfway measures
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