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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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Thirdly, they have got up among themselves a periodical called THE LOWELL OFFERING, 'A repository of original articles, written exclusively by females actively employed in the mills,' - which is duly printed, published, and sold; and whereof I brought away from Lowell four hundred good solid pages, which I have read from beginning to end.
They labour in these mills, upon an average, twelve hours a day, which is unquestionably work, and pretty tight work too.
They went through the blast furnaces, through rolling mills where bars of steel were tossed about and chopped like bits of cheese.
Spenlow came out of the house, and Dora went to him, saying, 'Look, papa, what beautiful flowers!' And Miss Mills smiled thoughtfully, as who should say, 'Ye Mayflies, enjoy your brief existence in the bright morning of life!' And we all walked from the lawn towards the carriage, which was getting ready.
I was debating whether I should pretend that I was not well, and fly - I don't know where - upon my gallant grey, when Dora and Miss Mills met me.
Art thou for carrying off the people who come to grind corn in these mills?"
I can do no more." And then turning towards the mills he said aloud, "Friends, whoe'er ye be that are immured in that prison, forgive me that, to my misfortune and yours, I cannot deliver you from your misery; this adventure is doubtless reserved and destined for some other knight."
It's long years I've worked in the mills. I began as a little lad on the spindles.
Also, he explained that there were many accidents in the mills, and that the company's policy was to fight to the bitter end all consequent damage suits.
She 's dying of consumption, you know," began Miss Mills, as her nimble fingers flew, and her kind old face beamed over the work, as if she put a blessing in with every stitch.
Polly took the bit of paper Miss Mills gave her, and read these words:
When Mills got to the stables, a horse was being saddled, and Arthur was forcing himself to read the remaining words of the letter.