Jay Miller

[basketball] Jay Julian Miller (July 19, 1943 – April 5, 1991) was an American forward in the National Basketball Association. Miller first played for the St. Louis Hawks before being selected by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1968 NBA Expansion Draft. After his time with the Bucks, he spent the rest of his career in the American Basketball A...
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Jay Miller

[ice hockey] His role continued to expand with the Boston Bruins, playing in 78 games during the 1987-88 regular season and racking up 304 penalty minutes - both career best. That year in the playoffs, Jay was a regular on the Boston Bruins squad playing in 12 games and picking up 124 minutes in penalties. In January 1989 he was traded from...
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Jay Miller

[anthropologist] Jay Miller is an American anthropologist who is known for his wide-ranging fieldwork with and scholarship about different Native American groups, especially the Delaware (Lenape), Tsimshian, and Lushootseed Salish. He is himself of Lenape ancestry. He grew up in upstate New York, where he was given a Mohawk (Iroquois) name....
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