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Mill may refer to:

In computing:

  • Arithmetic logic unit, used in the context of Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine, a 19th-century concept for a mechanical computer
  • Early term for the central processing unit of a digital computer, especially in early British machines; the term is still occasionally used to refer to the CPU resources consumed by a program
  • Mill architecture, a family of general-purpose CPUs using a belt machine computer architecture

Other meanings:

  • Mill (currency), a denomination used in some currencies, equivalent to a tenth of a cent or penny, or a thousandth of the currency unit
  • Diploma mill or degree mill, an organization which awards academic degrees and diplomas with little or no academic study and without recognition by official accrediting bodies
  • A short name for Nine Men's Morris, a traditional board game; within the game it can mean three (playing pieces) in a row
  • Windmill (b-boy move) or mill, a power move in b-boying (breakdancing)
  • The Mill (post-production), a visual effects company
  • The Mill (Ipswich), an apartment complex located on the Waterfront in Ipswich, Suffolk, England
  • Slang term for a manual typewriter
  • Mill. is the standard author abbreviation to indicate botanist Philip Miller's work when citing a botanical name
  • Millage, a property tax

People named Mill:

  • Andy Mill (born 1953), a skier
  • Frank Mill (born 1958), a German football player (World Cup winner, Summer Olympics bronze medalist)
  • Harriet Taylor Mill (1807–1858), a philosopher and women's rights advocate
  • James Mill (1773–1836), a Scottish historian, economist and philosopher
  • John Mill (theologian) (c. 1645–1707), an English theologian and author of Novum Testamentum Graecum
  • John Stuart Mill (1806–1873), an influential classical liberal thinker and philosopher of the 19th century, son of James Mill

In geography:

MILL may refer to:

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