MILN

AcronymDefinition
MILNMedial Iliac Lymph Node
MILNMedway Index of Local Newspapers
References in periodicals archive ?
Eyewitnesses told how police blocked part of St John's Road at the Miln Road junction.
Lot No: 1 Insulation of apartment buildings in Miln I.
56) Louise Jordan Miln records the couple's Eastern work in When We Were Strolling Players in the East.
234) The Supreme Court decided both Miln and Charles River Bridge on the assumption that the Constitution left certain local matters completely off-limits to the federal government--and both enumerated powers and restrictions should be construed accordingly.
Miln Walker and Associates Pty Ltd, PO Box 167, Belair SA 5052 <smithric@tpg.
Miln, (83) the Court interpreted a law requiring ships entering New York to provide passenger lists and bonds for immigrants to be an exercise of the police power to protect the health and wealth of New York's citizens.
Specialising in the music of the Celtic nations, Firebrand also have strong South Wales connections, with fiddler Peter Miln living in Blaenavon, flautist Imogen O'Rourke in Cardiff and harpist John Harries coming originally from Swansea.
Those articles were sent out of the miln to be sewed by such women as have learned the art.
Nifco workers, from left, David Moloney, Paul Miln, Lee Bailey, Stephen Percival, Dean |Britton and Stuart McLaren with their Level 2 certificates in Warehousing and Storage, delivered by Stockton Riverside College.
Young couple Peter and Elizabeth Miln moved to Baileau, Abergavenny, five and a half years ago and were so inspired by the area that they started to work on their garden the following summer.
The three keenly-contested debates between the six Indian schools were adjudicated by the panel of judges comprising Miln Arun, Susan Mathews, S Kumar Naidu, and Safeer Azeez.