milo

milo maize noun small drought-resistant sorghums having large yellow or whitish grains
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Milo

[bishop] Milo of Treves (d. 762 or 763) was the son of St. Leudwinus and was his successor as Archbishop of Treves and Archbishop of Reims. His great-uncle St. Basinus had preceded his father as Treves. He is the great-grandson of Saint Sigrada and Saint Leodegarius is his great uncle. ==Early life== Milo was the son of the Leudwinus of Tre...
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MILO

[boot loader] MILO, or the Alpha Linux Mini Loader, is a firmware replacement for early Alpha AXP hardware that allows the system to boot the Alpha version of the Linux operating system. It is capable of running Linux device drivers and reads available filesystems rather than looking for boot blocks. Newer Alpha hardware uses aboot. ...
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Milo

[drink] Milo oʊ is a chocolate and malt powder which is mixed with hot or cold water or milk to produce a beverage popular in many parts of the world. Produced by Nestlé, Milo was originally developed by Thomas Mayne in Sydney, Australia in 1934. ` It is marketed and sold in many countries around the world. Most commonly sold as a powder ...
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Milo

[magazine] MILO: A Journal For Serious Strength Athletes is a quarterly journal dedicated to strength sports, published by IronMind. The magazine is named after Milo of Croton. MILO has been published continually since April 1993, and 71 issues have been published to date. Randall J. Strossen is the publisher and editor-in-chief. The journa...
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Milo

[musician] Rory Ferreira, better known by his stage name Milo (often stylized as milo), is an American hip hop musician from Wisconsin. He has collaborated with Busdriver and Open Mike Eagle, among others. He is currently signed to Hellfyre Club. == Career == Ferreira first began rapping as part of the Kenosha, Wisconsin hip-hop trio Nom de...
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Milo

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Milo

[Tweenies] The granite gate posts guarding the driveway at Woodway. The cast-iron ornate gates survived WW2. ...
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Milo

a famous Greek athlete who, caught by the tree he was trying to split, was eaten up by wild beasts; here, Catherine suggests that anyone who attempts to split Heathcliff and herself will end up destroyed.
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milo

A small drought-resistant grain sorghum with compact bearded heads of large yellow or whitish seeds.
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Milo

Milo (mī'lō) or Milon (mī'lon) , fl. 500 B.C., athlete of ancient Greece, b. Crotona. He won numerous victories in wrestling at the Olympic and Pythian games. He is said to have carried a heifer on his shoulders through the Olympic stadium, killed her with a blow of his fis...
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Milo

Milo (Titus Annius Papianus Milo), 95 B.C.–47 B.C., Roman partisan leader. As tribune of the people (57 B.C.) he obtained the recall from exile of Cicero. At the insistence of Pompey, Milo hired a gang to fight the gang of Clodius. The rivals kept Rome in an uproar until it ended (52 B.C.) in ...
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Milo

Milo is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `brave warrior, merciful` The name Milo is most commonly given to Flemish boys. (7 times more often than to American boys.) Although in most countries Milo is a name given to boys. In the United States, 1 out of 74 Milo`s are girls. What do they use in other countries? Miles (English) Myles...
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milo

milo or milo maize:see sorghum.
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Milo

Titus Annius Milo, politician; elected tribune in 57 BCE, Milo worked to end Cicero`s exile; he was a political rival of Clodius; Milo and Clodius each had armed gangs in Rome who caused unrest in the city of Rome; Milo was forced into exile in 52 after he ordered the murder of Clodius and he died in 48 BCE.
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milo

[n] - small drought-resistant sorghums having large yellow or whitish grains
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