Middle Level

Some articles on level, middle level, middle:

Castle Towers - Design and Stores
... The shopping centre has three main floors The Upper Level, Middle Level and Lower Level ... On the middle level there is Discount Department stores and department stores as well as middle class fashion and specialty retailers ... On the upper level there is department stores and cinemas and Up market fashion stores ...
Middle Level Commissioners - Internal Drainage Boards
... Within the Middle Level there are 29 independent internal drainage boards initially set up in the 18th century and each responsible for the local drainage of their area ... and discharge their run-off into the main Middle Level watercourses ... Many of these IDBs are administered from the Middle Level Offices and their administrative and financial work is carried out by Middle Level staff ...
Middle Level Commissioners - Navigation
... The Middle Level, apart from its flood protection role, is also the fourth largest navigation authority in the United Kingdom and is responsible for approximately 100 ... The Nene-Ouse Navigation Link forms part of the Middle Level Navigations ... The Middle Level Waterways Users Committee consists of representatives of the Commissioners and Users of the Middle Level system ...
Middle Level Commissioners
... The Middle Level Commissioners are a land drainage authority in eastern England ... The body was formed in 1862, undertaking the main water level management function within the Middle Level following the breakup of the former Bedford Level Corporation ... The Middle Level is the central and largest section of the Great Level of The Fens, which was reclaimed by drainage during the mid-17th Century ...

Famous quotes containing the words level and/or middle:

    [A writer] should try not to be too far, personally, below the level of his work.
    Elizabeth Bowen (1899–1973)

    Manhattan. Sometimes from beyond the skyscrapers, across the hundreds of thousands of high walls, the cry of a tugboat finds you in your insomnia in the middle of the night, and you remember that this desert of iron and cement is an island.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)