from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Müller, (Friedrich) Max 1823-1900. German-born British philologist and Orientalist noted for his studies of Sanskrit language and literature.
- Müller, Johann Known as Re·gi·o·mon·ta·nus (rēˌjē-ō-mŏn-tāˈnəs, -täˈ-, rĕjˌē-) 1436-1476. German mathematician and astronomer who established the study of algebra and trigonometry in Germany and contributed to the revival of astronomy during the Renaissance.
- Müller, Karl Alex Born 1927. Swiss physicist. He shared a 1987 Nobel Prize for pioneering research in superconductivity.
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