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miller

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Business basics
millermill‧er /ˈmɪlə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  BBsomeone who owns or works in a mill which makes flour
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millerIn 1806 Thurlstone also had 17 labourers, 3 millers, a millwright, 4 paper makers and an oil-presser.Edmund Lane, a corn miller of Steam Mills at Cinderford, now appeared as an undertenant.Most prominent amongst these are terms that mock the miller as an impotent and inadequate cuckold.The miller agreed to let the boy go, and the boy set out.The miller down the ages has made his own peculiar contribution to the low esteem in which he was held.
MillerMiller trademark  a brand (=type) of beer made by a US company
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