Definition of Millers
1. Noun. (plural of miller) ¹
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Definition of Millers
1. miller [n] - See also: miller
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Literary usage of Millers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Trust Movement in British Industry: A Study of Business Organisation by Henry William Macrosty (1907)
"Bristol seceded in 1905 and set up a Master Bakers', millers', ... A sales note was accepted by the millers and bakers in the following terms: " (A) The ..."
2. Bulletin by Tennessee Division of Geology, Geological Survey, Division of Geology, Tennessee (1913)
"millers Ferry.—(Ousley Ford).—The outcrops of ore in this region indicate the presence of 3 beds of .ore. The oldest, No. ..."
3. A Treatise on Milling and Milling Machines by Cincinnati Milling Machine Company (1919)
"CHAPTER III UNIVERSAL TOOLROOM millers The term "Universal" designates a Miller especially designed for automatically milling spiral forms. ..."
4. The Parliamentary Debates: Official Report by Northern Ireland Parliament. House of Commons (1898)
"Mr. FLATMAN (Géraldine) moved, That the word " millers " be struck out. ... Mr. G. HUTCHISON (Patea) moved, after the word " millers," to insert " other ..."
5. History of Corn Milling by Richard Bennett, John Elton (1898)
"millers' Feast. the Vestalia, one of the great sacred festivals of the Roman year, and foremost among the celebrations of the day were the festivities of ..."
6. History of Corn Milling by Richard Bennett, John Elton (1904)
"others, in favour of the soke millers. 30. Concurrently with the campaign against the 30- Action ground-malt ring an action was maintained by ..."
7. History of Corn Milling by Richard Bennett (1900)
"PUNISH MENTS OF millers. CHAPTER VII. PUNISHMENTS OF millers. 1. IN consideration of actual or alleged offences by millers against the public, and the legal ..."
8. The Hygiene, Diseases and Mortality of Occupations by John Thomas Arlidge (1892)
"Hirt compiled a table of the comparative sickness and its chief causes, of bakers and millers respectively. According to this, of one hundred bakers, ..."