in midst

in somebody's midst

existing in or among a group of people This law will help us identify and catch terrorists in our midst before they have an opportunity to strike. They would like the troublemakers in their midst to be dealt with.
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ET (1500 GMT) and is also being held to coincide with this week's release of the Special Report of the same subject, 'Title Insurance Outlook Turns Negative in Midst of Unusually Sharp Market Downturn,' now available on the Fitch web site under Financial Institutions Insurance Special Reports.