She did not "triangulate" in an effort to find the middle point between opposing views; she deplored the idea that the middle ground of politics, where most voters dwell, was predetermined by a wishy-washy elite consensus.
What does MP stand for?
MP stands for Middle Point
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- Metropolitan Police
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- Mezzo - Piano (Music, Moderately Soft)
- Michigan Panthers
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WrestleMania season is typically the most exciting of the year, with the 30-man Royal Rumble match setting up WrestleMania feuds, and Elimination Chamber serving as the middle point between the two big shows.
It also includes transportation rights with the fifth freedom for the middle points and the points beyond the two countries.
The date and manner of Cyprus' own search for and possible exploitation of hydrocarbon reserves will play a big part in the kind of relations the two countries will develop, as well as the prospect of using Cyprus as a middle point between Israel and Europe in the transportation of natural gas.
Researchers at the Institute for Social and Economic Research asked both individuals in the couple to rate their happiness on a seven point scale; from the lowest score of 'extremely unhappy' to the middle point of 'happy', the highest point being 'perfect'.
NNA - Caretaker minister Boutros Harb ruled out the possibility of forming the new government soon if a regional interference that contributes in reaching a middle point between March 8 forces and the Prime Minister-Designate Najib Mikati did not occur, pointing out that "Mikati' s problem is not with March 14 forces but with his allies who impose conditions on him".