Definitions for "MidWay "
The middle of the way or distance; a middle way or course.
the place at a fair or carnival where sideshows and similar amusements are located
naval battle of World War II (June 1942); land and carrier-based American planes decisively defeated a Japanese fleet on its way to invade the Midway Islands
MidWay is a service request broker. It provides a simple way for server programs to offer services, and for client programs to call the services. It is designed for maximum speed and scalability. MidWay consists of a library that gives programmers a simple API, and various runtime daemons.
Keywords:  grandstands, barn, shirt, wide, area
The wide area between the Grandstands and the T-shirt barn
Keywords:  distant, extremes, equally
equally distant from the extremes
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For other games with this title, see Midway (game)
MidWay is a Service Request Broker . A SRB is a inter program communcation utility, used for high performance 24x7 systems, and will help you make a system that can handle 1000 hits per second.
Being in the middle of the way or distance; as, the midway air.
In the middle of the way or distance; half way.
at half the distance; at the middle; "he was halfway down the ladder when he fell"
Midway is a 1976 war film made by the Mirisch Corporation and released by Universal Pictures . It was directed by Jack Smight and produced by Walter Mirisch from a screenplay by Donald S. Sanford.
A midway at a fair (commonly an American fair such as a county or state fair) is the location where amusement rides, entertainment and fast food booths are concentrated.
Midway Station is the Amtrak train station in Saint Paul, Minnesota, so named because it is roughly halfway between the downtowns of St. Paul and neighboring Minneapolis. Its Amtrak station code is MSP.
For other games with this title, see Midway (game)
Midway is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, serving the Orange Line. It is the southwestern terminus of the Orange Line, and serves Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, the city's second-largest airport. Trains departing from this station go through a series of Orange Line-only stops before reaching Roosevelt, where passengers can transfer to the Red and Green Lines.