After articulating the two Variabilism options on abortion, she writes: 'I believe that the two main claims just articulated--that early abortion is ordinarily permissible and late abortion ordinarily wrong--represents important middle ground
on abortion' (161).
As one source pointed out: "There's the middle-ground milk market, where the bulk of the players are honest and professional--and there's the Wild West middle ground
In an attempt to find some middle ground
on this issue, I contacted an even-tempered friend in an open relationship and put the issue to him.
If a mill prefers a bigger or smaller chip than all of the other mills in a basin, chip suppliers must either change set ups according to the pulp mill they are shipping to, or the supplier must hit a middle ground
in set up that is not truly optimal to either mill.
If there is a middle ground
between the author's assurance that "this is not a textbook" and general informative entertainment, then Lyall Watson has staked it out.
Practicing the art of medicine, Avorn points out, entails finding the middle ground
between a drug's benefits and its occasional downfalls.
Finally, there likely will be a middle ground
of elderly applicants whose status has not been sufficiently determined by traditional underwriting tools.
To some extent, a middle ground
is found in the interviews he gathered in Hollywood, where highly successful movers and shakers such as actor Morgan Freeman and director John Singleton bemoan the lack of a black studio or their in ability to "greenlight" a project.
There are also those who search for a middle ground
to maintain unity within the Body of Christ and we should thank God for that.
Crane's innovative formulation of nineteenth-century middle-class women's "alternative dress" as a middle ground
between oppositional and dominant fashion is a significant rethinking of gendered fashion in this period.
The Shark Almanac tries to offer a middle ground
between popular reading and a science text.
The concept is offered as a middle ground
between the pure market determination of services and the complete welfare state.
Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham opened their Tokyo office in 1990, winning attention for temporary and short-lived projects that occupied middle ground
between architecture and environmental art, and have since graduated to larger commissions.
Until now, there was no middle ground
for document transformations between a general-purpose, low-level language that required lengthy development of complex algorithms and a high-level, but inflexible approach.
Such a middle ground
will become increasingly necessary as technology progresses, so we should be thinking about it now.