Miller, Jerry W. : Credentialing educational accomplishment : report and recommendations of the Task Force on Educational Credit and Credentials : with analyses / by John Harris and William Troutt ... [et al.] ; edited by Jerry W. Miller and Olive Mills.
Miller, Joan G. : Culture and attachment : perceptions of the child in context / Robin L. Harwood, Joan G. Miller, Nydia Lucca Irizarry.
Miller, Joan I., 1958- : The thesis writer's handbook : a complete one-source guide for writers of research papers / by Joan I. Miller and Bruce J. Taylor.
Miller, Joan M., 1941- : French structuralism : a multidisciplinary bibliography : with a checklist of sources for Louis Althusser, Roland Barthes, Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, Lucien Goldmann, Jacques Lacan, and an update of works on Claude Lévi-Strauss / compiled by Joan M. Miller.
Miller, JoAnn. : Sentencing procedures and practices : an annotated bibliography / compiled and annotated by National Center for State Courts, Research and Information Service ; JoAnn Miller, Charlotte A. Carter.
Miller, JoAnn L., 1949-2014. : Abused and battered : social and legal responses to family violence / Dean D. Knudsen and JoAnn L. Miller (editors).
Miller, Joanna Louise. : Interaction of influenza virus with interferon-producing cells and antigen-presenting cells / by Joanna Louise Miller.
Miller, Joanne. : Ovid, Amores (Book 1) / William Turpin ; with contributions by Bart Huelsenbeck, Bret Mulligan, Christopher Francese, and JoAnne Miller.
Miller, Joe, 1684-1738. : Joe Miller's jests, or, Wit's merry companion. : Most humbly inscribed to all the choice spirits, merry souls, and facetious companions, of the age. Being a collection of the most brilliant jests, excellent bon mots, and most pleasant short stories in the English language; many of them trascribed from the mouth of the fecetious gentleman whose name they bear. Which will expel care, drown grief, banish the spleen, improve the wit, create mirth, entertain company, and give the reader a light heart and a chearful countenance. The whole teaching the agreeable art of story telling, and furnishing pieces of wit of wit for the amusement of both sexes.