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  • Mill , equipment for the grinding or pulverizing of grain and other raw materials using millstones
  • Mill , a place of business for making articles of manufacture. The term mill was once in common use for a factory because many factories in the early stages of the Industrial Revolution were powered by a watermill, but nowadays it is only used in a few specific contexts; e.g.,
  • Mill
    • Arithmetical 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
  • Milling machine, metalworking machine that operates by rotating a cutting bit while the workpiece is moved against the cutter on an XY table.
  • Stamp mill, a specialized machine for reducing ore to powder for further processing or for fracturing other materials
  • a manual typewriter
  • Mill , a denomination used by some currencies, the equivalent of a tenth of a cent/penny, or a thousandth of the currency unit. In some currencies, like the Cypriot pound (introduced in 1955 and lasting until 1983), the use of mills was long ago abolished and the mills have been replaced entirely by cents.
  • The standard author abbreviation Mill. may be used to indicate botanist Philip Miller's work when citing a botanical name
  • 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 or mill, a power move in breakdancing
  • The Mill , a visual effects company
  • Millage, a property tax

People named Mill:
  • John Mill (c. 1645–1707), English theologian and author of Novum Testamentum Graecum
  • James Mill (1773–1836) , a Scottish historian, economist and philosopher
  • John Stuart Mill (1806–1873), an influential classical liberal thinker and philosopher of the 19th century. Son of James Mill.
  • Harriet Taylor Mill (1807–1858), philosopher and women's rights advocate
  • Andy Mill (1953–), skier
  • Frank Mill (1958–), German football player (World Cup winner, Summer Olympics bronze medalist)

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