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Definition of Millier

Millier
Millier Mil`lier", n. [F., fr. mille thousand.] A weight of the metric system, being one million grams; a metric ton.

Meaning of Millier from wikipedia

- United States, the unit was originally referred to using the French words millier or tonneau, but these terms are now obsolete. The Imperial and US customary...
- Millier is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Anne Millier, American ice dancer Arthur Millier (c. 1894–1975), British-born American...
- Harvey "Skip" Millier is an American former ice dancer who competed with his sister Anne Millier. (with Millier) Karen Magnussen wins Figure Skating Crown...
- Ann Millier is an American ice dancer. She competed with her brother Harvey Millier. (with Millier) USFSA media guide, 1998/99 edition v t e...
- Arthur Millier (1893 – March 30, 1975) was a British-born American painter, etcher, printmaker, and art critic. He was the art critic for the Los Angeles...
- Frank Millier-Smith was a former Australian professional soccer player who pla**** as a forward and was an international player for the Australia national...
- on Ice events. GP: Champions Series (Grand Prix) Nash, John. "Webster, Millier think sacrifices were worth it". Bangor Daily News, February 24, 1987,...
- and 1940s, ****ton was championed by Los Angeles Times Art Critic Arthur Millier, and his work was collected by Los Angeles-area art collectors including...
- her 107th birthday with a Google Doodle. Flamengo Park Elizabeth Bishop Millier, Brett (1992). Elizabeth Bishop Life and the Memory of It. Los Angeles:...
- Science and Technology. 2012. "Po****tion du Maroc par année civile (en milliers et au milieu de l'année) par milieu de résidence : 1960 – 2050". Haut-Commissariat...
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