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Mil·ler

(mil'ĕr),
Willoughby D., U.S. dentist, 1853-1907. See: Miller chemicoparasitic theory.

Mil·ler

(mil'ĕr),
Thomas Grier, early 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Miller-Abbott tube.
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A great tumult succeeded for some minutes, during which Miss Miller repeatedly exclaimed, "Silence
Miss Miller assumed the fourth vacant chair, which was that nearest the door, and around which the smallest of the children were assembled: to this inferior class I was called, and placed at the bottom of it.
And would you prefer Miss Miller to a mother, then?
Then you think Miss Miller has more good qualities than Katherine Emmerson," said Weston.
To all this Miller replied abruptly, that it was useless to argue with him, as his mind was made up.
And yet was he to accuse Miss Daisy Miller of actual or potential inconduite, as they said at Geneva?
There is no good in my going to see little Hans as long as the snow lasts,' the Miller used to say to his wife, 'for when people are in trouble they should be left alone, and not be bothered by visitors.
said the Miller, throwing the great sack of meal from his shoulder to the ground, "and who are those with thee?
Is she related to the Warwickshire Millers of Duxborough House?
In his slow and pondering way, Skiff Miller looked at him, then asked, with a nod of his head toward Madge:
Jones was now more positive than ever in asserting, that these things must have been delivered by mistake; and Mrs Miller herself expressed some doubt, and said, "She knew not what to think.
said the criminal Miller triumphantly, as he took up the odd trick at the conclusion of a hand; 'that could not have been played better, I flatter myself; impossible to have made another trick