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John Muller

(1699—1784) mathematician and engineer


'John Muller' can also refer to...

Micaiah John Muller Hill (1856—1929) mathematician

Ernest Bruce John Iwan Muller (1853—1910) journalist

Hill, Micaiah John Muller (1856-1929), mathematician

Muller, John (1699-1784), mathematician and engineer

Müller, Ernest Bruce John Iwan- (1853-1910), journalist

MÜLLER, Johann Sebastien or John (1715 - 1785), Painter, draughtsman, engraver

Miller [formerly Müller], Johann Samuel [John Samuel] (1779-1830), naturalist and museum curator

Miller, John Sebastian [formerly Johann Sebastian Müller] (1715-1792), engraver and botanist

MULLER, John (1883 - 1942), Temp. Lt-Col Somerset Light Infantry, 1941

MULLALLY, Gerald Thomas (1887 - 1969), Consulting Surgeon, Westminster Hospital, Emeritus Surgeon, Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, NW8

Survival and Discord in Medieval Society: Essays in Honour of Christopher Dyer, ed. Richard Goddard, John Langdon and Miriam Müller

John F. Bauman, Edward K. Muller. Before Renaissance: Planning in Pittsburgh, 1889–1943. Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press. 2006. Pp. xiii, 331. Cloth $60.00, paper $27.95

ALDRIDGE, John Mullings (died 1920), Dean of Clonfert since 1907; Rector of Donanaughta, 1898–1906 and since 1911; Canon of St Patrick’s, Dublin, 1914

BERTRAM, Christoph (born 1937), Partner, Bernzen Sonntag Attorneys, Hamburg, since 2008; Steven Müller Chair in German Studies, School of Advanced International Studies, Bologna Center, Johns Hopkins University, 2005–06

Tea with Mussolini. Produced by Federico Muller, Giovanella Zannoni, and Clive Parsons; directed by Franco Zeffirelli; screenplay by John Mortimer and Franco Zeffirelli. 1999; color; 117 minutes. Italy/U.K. English. Distributor: MGM/UA

HILL, Micaiah John Muller (1856 - 1929), Emeritus Professor of Mathematics in the University of London; Professor of Pure Mathematics, University College, London, 1884–1907; Astor Professor of Mathematics, University of London, 1907–23; Acting Head of the Department of Pure Mathematics, University College, 1923–24; Vice-Chancellor of the University of London, 1909–11; Member of the Senate of the University of London, 1900–26

 
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