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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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| Carol Daly as Harriet, Maggie Jackson as Margaret Hyman and Yvonne |Cotton as Sylvia Gellburg in Middlesbrough Little Theatre's production of Arthur Miller's Broken Glass 210415GLASS_07
Arthur Miller was offspring of an arranged marriage.
As useful as it is, this Descriptive Bibliography is not the first of its kind devoted to Arthur Miller, In 2000 Scarecrow Press published Arthur Miller's Life and Literature: A n Annotated and Comprehensive Guide, by Stefani Koorey.
Beauty married brains, and Marilyn Monroe became Mrs Arthur Miller. But sadly the dream of love quickly became a nightmare.
Professor Bigsby is an admirer of the work of Arthur Miller. He was a personal friend who made the University of East Anglia something of a second home for the writer and his writing, especially when new work was less well-received in America.
1958: Arthur Miller cleared of contempt Washington's Court of Appeals quashes playwright Arthur Miller's conviction for contempt of Congress.
Monroe was married three times: to James Dougherty, baseball star Joe DiMaggio and playwright Arthur Miller. She was rumoured to have had relationships with both John F and Robert Kennedy, as well as with Marlon Brando.
Liev Schreiber was named Best Actor in a Play for his role in Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge.
of Connecticut) assembles 17 critical essays on Arthur Miller's play Death of a Salesman.
biography ARTHUR MILLER Christopher Bigsby Anybody who has studied English at school, has come into contact with America's great playwrigh of the 20th century, Arthur Miller.
An original member of the Actors Studio, Maiden made his Broadway debut in Clifford Odets's Golden Boy in 1937, and went on to perform in 20 shows, including the original Broadway production of Arthur Miller's All My Sons.
Previous recipients of the Jerusalem prize include authors such as Nobel laureates JM Coetzee and VS Naipaul along with Arthur Miller, Mario Vargas Llosa and Milan Kundera.