Mill may refer to:
- Mill (grinding), an equipment for the grinding or pulverizing of grain and other raw materials using millstones
- Milling machine, metalworking machine that operates by rotating a cutting bit while the workpiece is moved against the cutter on an XY table.
- Mill (computing)
- Arithmetic logic unit, used in the context of Charles Babbage's Analytical engine, a 19th century concept of a computer
- an early term for the central processing unit of a digital computer, especially in early British machines; the term is still occasionally used to refer to the CPU resources consumed by a program
- Mill (currency), a denomination used by some currencies, the equivalent of a tenth of a cent or penny, or a thousandth of the currency unit
- Diploma mill or degree mill, an organization which awards academic degrees and diplomas with very little or no academic study and without recognition by official accrediting bodies
- Nine Men's Morris, a traditional board game; the term "mill" may also mean "three (playing pieces) in a row" within the game
- Windmill (breakdance move) or mill, a power move in breakdancing
- The Mill (post-production), a visual effects company
- a manual typewriter
- the standard author abbreviation Mill. that may be used to indicate botanist Philip Miller's work when citing a botanical name
- a slang term for any internal combustion engine used on a hot rod, or other sort of customised personal vehicle.
- Millage, a property tax
- Wet mill, a device that steeps a substance in water to remove specific compounds
- Cutting mill, a device commonly used in laboratories for the preliminary size reduction of materials
- Certain kinds of factories, such as steel mill, sugar mill, and cotton mill
People named Mill:
- Andy Mill (born 1953), a skier
- Frank Mill (born 1958), a German football player (World Cup winner, Summer Olympics bronze medalist)
- Harriet Taylor Mill (1807–1858), a philosopher and women's rights advocate
- James Mill (1773–1836), a Scottish historian, economist and philosopher
- John Mill (theologian) (c. 1645–1707), an English theologian and author of Novum Testamentum Graecum
- John Stuart Mill (1806–1873), an influential classical liberal thinker and philosopher of the 19th century, son of James Mill
Mill in geography:
- Mill, Netherlands, a Dutch village
- Mill en Sint Hubert, a Dutch municipality
MILL may refer to:
- Major Indoor Lacrosse League, the American indoor lacrosse league, rebranded in 1997 as the National Lacrosse League
Other articles related to "mill, mills":
... Watermill is a fine historic flour mill near Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, England, rebuilt in 1834 on a domesday site ... The mill office door carries a date 1785 which formerly belonged to a post mill which stood in the adjacent field ... The mill house is considerably older than the present mill building ...
... an explanation of the various items of machinery in italics, see Mill machinery ... Mount Pleasant Mill worked by wind until 1933 and by a diesel single cylinder Crossley engine until 1973 ... It is the only windmill in the area beside Heapham Mill with original and unrestored equipment and machinery of the 1920s and 1930s ...
... The village was an industrious community in the past with a woolen mill, saw mill, lime kiln, feed mill, two blacksmith shops, shoemaker and several stores ...
... one of the river's few remaining fords is at The Mill Walk, near Hawkesley Mill Lane ... built in the early 19th century by the Worcester Canal Company after mill owners claimed that water was being taken from the river to fill the canal ... Birmingham, during which it passes through the Pebble Mill area and Cannon Hill Park ...
... liquidated, other industries gradually came to Coplay the Cement Mill, the Silk Mill, the Cigar Factory and Knitting Mill ... Then, in the early 1900s, the Cement Mills attracted immigrants from Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Poland, and the Ukraine ...
Famous quotes containing the word mill:
“Mathematics may be compared to a mill of exquisite workmanship, which grinds your stuff to any degree of fineness; but, nevertheless, what you get out depends on what you put in; and as the grandest mill in the world will not extract wheat flour from peascods, so pages of formulae will not get a definite result out of loose data.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (18251895)
“First a shiver, and then a thrill,
Then something decidedly like a spill,
And the parson was sitting up on a rock,
At half-past nine by the meetn-house clock,
Just the hour of the Earthquake shock!
MWhat do you think the parson found,
When he got up and stared around?
The poor old chaise in a heap or mound,
As if it had been to the mill and ground!”
—Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (18091894)
“Mathematics may be compared to a mill of exquisite workmanship, which grinds your stuff of any degree of fineness; but nevertheless, what you get out depends upon what you put in; and as the grandest mill in the world will not extract wheat- flour from peascods, so pages of formulae will not get a definite result out of loose data.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)