Millimeter wave devices -- Design. : Design and modeling of millimeter-wave CMOS circuits for wireless transceivers [electronic resource] : era of sub-100nm technology / by Ivan Chee-Hong Lai, Minoru Fujishima.
Millinery -- Early works to 1800. : An act for relief of feltmakers and hatbandmakers, against aliens and strangers importing such wares to the hinderance of their manufactures. : Die Mercurii, 5 September. 1649. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this act be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliament'.
Millinery -- England -- Early works to 1800. : By the Queene. : Where in the Parliament holden at Westminster, the seconde day of Apryl, in the. xiii. yeere of the raigne of our soueraigne Lady the Queene, there was for the reliefe of diuers poore decayed townes, and of great multituds of her poore subiectes, who otherwise were likely to perishe, or to become vnprofitable and daungerous to the common weale, among other prouided & established, one good and beneficial statute, entituled, An act for the continuance of making of cappes ...
Wages -- Millinery workers -- England -- Macclesfield. : The Trial of W. Davenport, S. Stubbs, J. Woode, G. Jackson, J. Tittersall alias Tittensall, R. Barnes, A. Tittersall alias Tittensall, and J. Hattersley, journeymen hatters, of Macclesfield [electronic resource] : for a conspiracy against their masters and refusing to work for the wages which they and other workmen were accustomed to receive / taken in short-hand by Thomas Molineux.
Millinery works -- England -- Early works to 1800. : By the Queene. Where in the parliament holden at Westminster, ... there was for the reliefe of diuers poore decayed townes, [and] of great multitudes of her poor subiectes, who otherwise were likely to perishe, or to become vnprofitable and daungerous to the common weale, among other prouided and established, one good and beneficial statute, entituled, an acte for the continuaunce of makyng of cappes.
Corn -- Milling. : State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, May session, 1779. [electronic resource] : Whereas it is necessary, during the present scarcity of corn, and the high price of that article, that the quantity of toll for grinding the same should be reduced: Wherefore resolved, that no miller ... take more toll ... than a twenty-fourth part ...
Grain -- Milling -- Early works to 1800. : By authority & especial warrant from the Kings Maiestie : a briefe declaration of the priuilege and authoritie granted by His Maiestie in reward to certaine inventers and perfecters of two seuerall sorts of instruments for boulting and dressing of meale, very profitable to the common wealth.
Grain -- Milling -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800. : Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of Isabella Forrester, daughter and heir to the deceast John Forrester of Millhill, and Thomas Crichton younger of Ruthvens, writer in Edinburgh, her husband for his interest [electronic resource].