Millon

Mil·lon

(mē-on[h]'),
Auguste N.E., French chemist, 1812-1867. See: Millon reaction, Millon reagent, Millon-Nasse test.
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Given the potential for overlap among the various MAPI scales (Millon et al., 1982), multivariate analyses were performed to discern unique relationships between MAPI scores and diagnostic category.
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It is the mark of genius." But he notes George Eliot's question to the philosopher, in her novel Millon the Floss: If Aristotle had lived in modern times, she asks, would he not have lamented "that intelligence so rarely shows itself in speech without metaphor - that we can so seldom declare what a thing is, except by saying it is something else?"