[myoo-luh n-burg] /ˈmyu lənˌbɜrg/
Frederick Augustus Conrad, 1750–1801, U.S. clergyman and statesman: first Speaker of the House 1789–91, 1793–95.
his father, Henry Melchior
[mel-kee-awr] /ˈmɛl kiˌɔr/ (Show IPA), 1711–87, American Lutheran clergyman, born in Germany.
[myoo r] /myʊər/ noun 1. Edwin, 1887–1959, English poet. 2. John, 1838–1914, U.S. naturalist, explorer, and writer; born in Scotland. /muːr; mjuːr; myr/ noun 1. /mjʊə/ noun 1. Edwin. 1887–1959, Scottish poet, novelist, and critic
/ˈmuːrˌbʌrn; ˈmjuːr-; ˈmyr-/ noun 1. (Scot) a variant of moorburn
noun 1. a glacier in SE Alaska, flowing SE from Mt. Fairweather into Glacier Bay. About 350 sq. mi. (905 sq. km). /mjʊə/ noun 1. a glacier in SE Alaska, in the St Elias Mountains, flowing southeast from Mount Fairweather. Area: about 900 sq km (350 sq miles)
- Muir-torre syndrome
Muir-Torre syndrome (myur’-) n. See Torre’s syndrome.