Macmillan



[muh k-mil-uh n] /məkˈmɪl ən/

noun
1.
Harold, 1894–1986, British statesman: prime minister 1957–63.
[muh k-mil-uh n] /məkˈmɪl ən/
noun
1.
Donald Baxter
[bak-ster] /ˈbæk stər/ (Show IPA), 1874–1970, U.S. arctic explorer.
/məkˈmɪlən/
noun
1.
(Maurice) Harold, 1st Earl of Stockton. 1894–1986, British statesman; Conservative prime minister (1957–63)
noun
1.
James (Loy). born 1959, Scottish composer and conductor; his works include two symphonies, the orchestral work Confession of Isobel Gowdie (1990), and the operas Ines de Castro (1996) and The Sacrifice (2007)
2.
Sir Kenneth. 1929–92, British choreographer, dancer, and ballet director; chief choreographer for the Royal Ballet from 1970

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