Burt-standish



Burt L. pseudonym of Gilbert Patten.
Myles or Miles
[mahylz] /maɪlz/ (Show IPA), c1584–1656, American settler, born in England: military leader in Plymouth Colony.
noun
a stand, usually of metal, for pens, ink bottles, etc
noun
Myles (or Miles). ?1584–1656, English military leader of the Pilgrim Fathers at Plymouth, New England

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