Definition of Molly Miller
1. Noun. Inhabits both coasts of tropical Atlantic.
Generic synonyms: Blenny, Combtooth Blenny
Group relationships: Genus Scartella, Scartella
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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. ..."