- v move about in a confused manner
- v grind with a mill
- v produce a ridge around the edge of
- v roll out (metal) with a rolling machine
- s (of grains especially rice) having the husk or outer layers removed
- At Orlando township in the outskirts of Johannesburg, 20,000 Africans milled around the police station, led by Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe, 36, a Methodist-reared university .
- Young Czechoslovaks milled around Prague's Jan Hus monument, puzzling over what had happened.
- Iraq, the President announced, had attempted to purchase "yellowcake" milled uranium oxide, the building block of nuclear-reactor fuel from an African country.
News & Articles
- Construction under way on Route 8
Paving has begun on Route 8. The road is being milled and resurfaced between Phillipsville Road in Venango Township and Interstate 90 in Millcreek Township.
June 15, 2013 - Erie Times-News
- Main Line Jazz and Food Festival brings music, fun to Wayne
The sound of trumpets, saxophones and drums wafted up and down the street as people milled about, eating ice cream, getting their kids’ faces painted or just taking in the music. For hours on a Saturday afternoon, jazz bands performed and shops and restaurants from Landmark Americana to Cupcakes Gourmet to Stacy’s Face Painting set up stands as part of the tenth annual Main Line Jazz and Food ...
June 15, 2013 - Main Line Suburban Life
- La Salle College High School graduates Class of 2013
While 269 young men donned navy blue robes and prepared for graduation, family and friends milled about in the gym, eagerly waiting for La Salle College High School’s Class of 2013 to emerge June 1.
June 14, 2013 - Springfield Sun
- JoÃ£o in CNNMoney.com
Joao Carrelo, Executive Vice President and COO of Lundin Mining, commented: "Group operations milled 17% more ore in the second quarter 2007 than during the same period in 2006. Although head grades for most operations were lower than in the second...
- David Suzuki in Caribbean Net News
We need to focus on our eco-footprint today,said Suzuki. "The way we see the world shapes the way we treat it. We can either look at the forest as sacred ground or timber as pulp to be milled for money. Economists think tourism can...
- John Baldacci in Bangor Daily News
When the park needed some new lean-tos, with no money to fund the project, Frank went home to Islesboro, cut and milled trees from his property, prefabbed the lean-tos and took them to the park,Baldacci said. "He then camped at the sites...