- John Mil·ling·ton [mil-ing-tuh n] /ˈmɪl ɪŋ tən/, 1871–1909, Irish dramatist.
- Richard Laurence Millington,1914–96, English biochemist: Nobel Prize in chemistry 1952.
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Examples from the Web for synge
The other element in the story which Synge introduces into the play is equally true.Riders to the Sea
J. M. Synge
Whye, quod the felowe, if I synge a songe to your pleasure, will ye nat than be contente?Shakespeare Jest-Books;
This is like many Irish poets, but it is not worthy of Synge.Personality in Literature
Rolfe Arnold Scott-James
We do not know what Shakespeare thought: I do not know what Synge thought.
But in the plays, Synge did with his personality as he did in daily life.
- John Millington. 1871–1909, Irish playwright. His plays, marked by vivid colloquial Irish speech, include Riders to the Sea (1904) and The Playboy of the Western World, produced amidst uproar at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, in 1907
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