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Definition of "macmillan" []

  • (Maurice) Harold, 1st Earl of Stockton. 1894–1986, British statesman; Conservative prime minister (1957–63) (noun)

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Use "macmillan" in a sentence
  • "So that's exactly where I got my math. 30% retailer, 70% macmillan, of which 20% goes to the author, leaving 50%."
  • "According to this the standard macmillan boilerplate contract is 20% on e-royalties."
  • "The World's Biggest Coffee Morning is on 30 September macmillan.org.uk/coffee; 0845 070 1315."
  • "Published: April 2008 us. macmillan.com/howilearnedgeography"
  • "But I did want to point outthat my previous post has already generated one angry comment which reads, “will not be buy macmillan books. it is ridiculous to pay such a big price for virtual books. will look for other authors.”"