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  • adj. Of or pertaining to William Hallowes Miller (1801-1880), British mineralogist, or his works, especially on crystallography.
  • adj. Of or pertaining to J. Hillis Miller (born 1928), American deconstructionist literary critic.


Miller +‎ -ian (Wiktionary)


  • IMG 00004e1s If only all comic books depicted the super-human form in neo-Millerian style….

    Link Farm & Open Thread #24

  • This etymology has, I confess, a very great resemblance to the Millerian mode of educing Cucumber from

    Notes and Queries, Number 19, March 9, 1850

  • The Book Review may be flooded with sexist Millerian protests, but this is to say thanks for making the other half of humanity visible for once.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "If you want a genuinely Millerian cinematic experience, the best way to go is to get hold of Charlotte Zwerin.

    GreenCine Daily

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