Definition of Molly Miller

1. Noun. Inhabits both coasts of tropical Atlantic.

Exact synonyms: Scartella Cristata
Generic synonyms: Blenny, Combtooth Blenny
Group relationships: Genus Scartella, Scartella



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Molly Miller

Molisch's reagent
Molisch's test
Molisch reaction
Molisch test
Molise
Moll's glands
Mollah
Mollaret's meningitis
Mollie
Mollienesia
Molluga
Molluga verticillata
Molly Maguire
Molly Maguires
Molly Miller (current term)
Molly Pitcher
Molnar
Moloc
Moloch
Moloch horridus
Molock
Molok
Molokai
Molokai Island
Moloney's virus
Moloney murine leukaemia virus
Moloney murine sarcoma virus
Moloney test
Molossia

Literary usage of Molly Miller

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1. Contributions from the Bermuda Biological Station for Research by Bermuda Biological Station for Research (1904)
"Molly miller. Goode, '70', p. 75. Distribution. — The West Indian region and Northern South America. D. 6+ 10; A. 1 + 7. The forty-eight specimens before me ..."

2. A Thomas Hardy Dictionary: The Characters and Scenes of the Novels and Poems by F. Outwin Saxelby (1911)
"MOIVRE'S DOCTRINE OF CHANCES." Will Dare's favourite book of study. See A. I, ii, iii; IV, iv. MOLLY. The volunteer's wife. WP. " The Alarm." MOLLY. Miller ..."

3. The Journal of the American-Irish Historical Society by American-Irish Historical Society (1913)
"John Ryan and Molly Miller, January 22, 1767. John Dugin and Louisa Ray, August 2, 1767. John McCarthy and Mary Miller, April 21, 1768. ..."

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