American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Mills, Robert 1781-1855. American architect and engineer who designed a number of government buildings in Washington, D.C., including the General Post Office and the Washington Monument.
- n. An English and Scottish surname, variant of Mill or Miles.
- n. An Irish topographic surname, from the Gaelic Mhuilinn (of the mill).
- n. United States architect who was the presidentially appointed architect of Washington D.C. (1781-1855)
“All other efforts to reach it had proved unavailing when D.O. Mills, the banker, built his two Mills Houses, No. 1 in Bleecker Street for the West Side and No. 2 in Rivington Street for the homeless of the East Side.”
“Her son, Crispin Mills is a guitarist and vocalist.”
“After all, now that Heather Mills is the Beatle wife that people dislike the most and you can talk to John Lennon from beyond the grave, Yoko Ono has become slightly redundant.”
“Mills is saying that the opportunity cost of the investment in Internet-related companies was investment that might have been made in other industries where it might have earned a decent return.”
“Mills is far from any firm decisions, though he says, "I want a guy to come to the ballpark and know where he's going to be in the lineup and what's going to be asked of him.”
“Web Teacher › Semantic HTML, or why Chris Mills is my guru”
“She was murdered because Doe Envied Mills 'happiness and Doe is then shot dead in Mills' Wrathful act of vengeance.”
“I was nourished solely on the blood of maidens educated in Mills Seminary.”
“So cool: General Mills is rolling out a series of retro cereal boxes in certain stores.”
“Three hours later, Captain Mills of the Joyiya, and Captains Cornwell and Briggs sat in the executive briefing room of the Celeste. â€œIâ€ ™ m sorry, this must really be a shock for you and your crew, â€ said Captain Briggs. â€œTo find out so suddenly that everybody you left behind is gone.”
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