Muir


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Muir

 (myo͝or), John 1838-1914.
Scottish-born American naturalist who founded the Sierra Club (1892) to organize public support for preservation of wilderness.

muir

(muːr; mjuːr; myr)
n
(Physical Geography)
a. a Scot word for moor1
b. (in place names): Sheriffmuir.

Muir

(mjʊə)
n
(Biography) Edwin. 1887–1959, Scottish poet, novelist, and critic

Muir

(myʊər)

n.
John, 1838–1914, U.S. naturalist, explorer, and writer; born in Scotland.
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Noun1.Muir - United States naturalist (born in England) who advocated the creation of national parks (1838-1914)Muir - United States naturalist (born in England) who advocated the creation of national parks (1838-1914)
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It's true, I fell asleep upon the muir; but that was from weariness, and you do wrong to cast it up to me "
To support John Muir Healths focus on improving care and experiences for its patients, Optum will manage key nonclinical functions, including information technology, revenue cycle management, analytics, purchasing and claims processing.
Mr Muir claimed last August that he had discovered thousands of dead fish floating in the water around the 32-acre site and says no fish have been caught there since.
A Sesser native, Muir hosted a book signing and release party for his first book, "Offerings," Saturday at Stark's Fitness Center in West City.
From his modest beginnings in Scotland, Muir lived his life fully in tune with his environment.
Muir also kicked in a door, breaking the glass, as well as shouting and bawling abuse during the rampage.
Kelsae Onions: 1 A Muir. Heaviest Onion, 4"stem (max): 1 E Craik.
No British women has ever won the 1500m European title but Muir goes in as hot favourite to take a crown that eluded even Dame Kelly Holmes.
Watching Asher-Smith destroy her rivals in the sprints has only made Muir more eager to deliver before the curtain falls tonight.
A key focus is to work with businesses along the route, with a view to promoting them as a part of the John Muir Way experience and reach new customers.
Even though it might have been stressful at times, all the hard work seems to be paying off, both on and off the track," Muir said.