American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Macmillan, (Maurice) Harold 1894-1986. British politician who joined Churchill in the 1930s in condemning Great Britain's appeasement of Hitler. As prime minister (1957-1963) he sought British entry into the Common Market.
“I wonder how much money Macmillan is hemorrhaging each day its products remain unavailable on Amazon.”
“I've heard good things about Gerald Seymour's The Collaborator (Hodder, £16.99), and Macmillan is serving up Chelsea Cain's fourth novel, Evil at Heart (£12.99).”
“The Times of Monday, February 12, 1894, carried under the name Macmillan a notice of the birth of a boy the previous Saturday; he was subsequently christened Maurice Harold. [p. 289] 10.”
“Macmillan is reprinting some of her more grown-up novels.”
“This is the opinion of Level Four's CEO Martin Macmillan, published today in”
“Unfortunately, after what I have found there, may prevent me from reading anything else in Macmillan's book.”
“Macmillan is scarcely so interesting as usual, though it has some valuable papers.”
“The principal feature of this month's Macmillan is Mr. Deane's narrative of the Atlantic”
“[...] skirmish between Amazon and Macmillan is any indication.”
“Pan Macmillan is releasing an Exclusive Boxed Edition of Peter F. Hamilton's Dreaming Void. [via Peter F. Hamilton]”
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