- n. Plural form of miller.
“The idea of gradual reduction milling was borrowed by our millers from the Hungarian mills.”
“Over all waves the standard of the millers, which is some hundreds of years old!”
“They were called "millers" because they were often found in the flour barrels.”
“Co-operatives have acted as secondary producers, such as millers, for some time.”
“All other insects, the whole winged host that fills the summer air with life and sound, were included under two heads, "millers" and "bugs.”
“One of those small white moths known as "millers" went past him.”
“RIVES moved further to amend the second resolution, by inserting after "millers," blacksmiths and tanners; "and the question being on agreeing thereto, was put, and decided in the affirmative.”
“My father was one of the white millers employed by the Vanadium Corporation of America (VCA) to run the uranium mill in Shiprock, N.M. News of health disasters came to me as rumors at school: They say a herd of sheep drank from the river and died.”
“My father was one of the white millers employed by the Vanadium Corporation of America to run the uranium mill in Shiprock, N.M. News of health disasters came to me as rumors at school: They say a herd of sheep drank from the river and died.”
“But what's really odd is that the puppy millers and their allies are rallying under the banner of the Tea Party, which has, as a general matter, expressed more than its fair share of skepticism about public officeholders.”
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