- Edwin,1887–1959, English poet.
- John,1838–1914, U.S. naturalist, explorer, and writer; born in Scotland.
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Examples from the Web for muir
Starting September 2, Muir will become Anchor and Managing Editor of World News.
In 2013, Muir took viewers into Iran, getting rare access to the streets of Tehran.
Muir, Anchor of 20/20, will become Anchor and Managing Editor of World News starting September 2.
But what he will try to do, of course, is ride it out and stonewall Muir and everyone else.Michael Tomasky on Mitt Romney’s Naïve Evasion Strategy
August 2, 2012
Muir, R. Contribution to the physiology and pathology of the blood.Histology of the Blood
This contradicts the story given by Ibn Hisham and Mr. Muir.
Mr. Muir places it at the close of the Meccan Suras of the fifth period.
Robespierre and Hébert were the men who assured the doom of Muir and Palmer.
Dundas further stated that Muir had several Irish handbills on him.
- a Scot word for moor 1
- (in place names)Sheriffmuir
- Edwin. 1887–1959, Scottish poet, novelist, and critic
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