Miller law

Miller law

[′mil·ər ‚lȯ]
(agriculture)
A law administered by the Food and Drug Administration that regulates the production and use of agricultural fungicides in the United States, and will not allow materials to leave poisonous residues on edible crops.
(crystallography)
If the edges formed by the intersections of three faces of a crystal are taken as the three reference axes, then the three quantities formed by dividing the intercept of a fourth face with one of these axes by the intercept of a fifth face with the same axis are proportional to small whole numbers, rarely exceeding 6. Also known as law of rational intercepts.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Even though the aforementioned Silver Miller law firm specializes in bringing lawsuits against virtual currencies on behalf of investors, there's no particular history of cases we can look back on to see how these might turn out or what the final settlement(s) could look like, relatively to what the plaintiffs are asking for.
2017)(DJ action over right to use the name FISH in connection with legal services); Mitchell Miller, dba Miller Law Group, P.C.
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The Justice Champion Award is in honor of the late Heather Danielle Heyer, a paralegal at the Miller Law Group in Charlottesville, Virginia, for her dedication to the expansion of civil rights, social justice and the expectation that all human beings be treated with dignity and respect.
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Welter referred to what he called the "Chris Miller law," passed two years ago in Oregon, which bans coaches from endorsing the use of anabolic steroids, nutritional supplements or performance enhancers.
Check out www.constructiondefects.com for The Miller Law Firm's "proud" list of recoveries.
--Michele Ballard Miller, shareholder, Miller Law Group (San Francisco and Los Angeles)