Mueller

Mueller is a spelling variant of the German surname Müller (miller). In German, the letter "ü" can be replaced with "ue". It may refer to:

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List Of Star Trek: New Frontier Characters - Kat Mueller
... Kat Mueller served as the XO (used here to mean the equivalent of the first officer for the night watch) of the Excalibur, but later became the first officer and ... Mueller also had a brief affair with Si Cwan ...
List Of Marvel Comics Characters: M - Amanda Mueller
... Further reading Amanda Mueller on Marvel Database, a Marvel Comics wiki Amanda Mueller is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe ... Amanda Mueller is the great-great grandmother of Cyclops, Havok and Vulcan and the mother of Fontanelle. 1891, after surviving a series of miscarriages, Amanda Mueller was accused of being the Black Womb killer ...
Mueller Community
... The Mueller Community /ˈmɪlər/ is a 711-acre (288 ha) Planned Unit Development (PUD) in the northeast central portion of the city of Austin, Texas, USA ... The project is being developed on the former site of the Robert Mueller Municipal Airport, which was closed in 1999 upon the opening of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in ... The Seton Family of Hospitals moved its administration offices to Mueller in early 2009 ...
Colorado Criminal Defense Bar - President's Council
... Foreman (1981–82), Haddon, Morgan, Mueller, Jordan, Mackey Foreman, PC Jonathan I ... Mueller (1986–87), Haddon, Morgan, Mueller, Jordan, Mackey Foreman, PC Patrick J ... Jordan (1989–90), Haddon, Morgan, Mueller, Jordan, Mackey Foreman, PC Robin Desmond (1990–91), Attorney at Law Michael R ...
Scott Mueller
... Scott Mueller is an author of books concerning personal computers, as well as president of Mueller Technical Research, a research and training firm ...

Famous quotes containing the word mueller:

    I want to celebrate these elms which have been spared by the plague, these survivors of a once flourishing tribe commemorated by all the Elm Streets in America. But to celebrate them is to be silent about the people who sit and sleep underneath them, the homeless poor who are hauled away by the city like trash, except it has no place to dump them. To speak of one thing is to suppress another.
    —Lisel Mueller (b. 1924)