A grinding mill processes the fruit of the plow and other agricultural tools; it is also a complex but dead mechanism, and became Blake's figure for Newton's materialist model of the universe. The Miller not only grinds but also buys and sells the produce of the Plowman.
The Miller (Acronicta leporina) is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found throughout Europe apart from the far south-east. It also shows up seasonally in many mid-western states, such as Colorado and Wyoming.
Miller is a lunar impact crater that lies amidst the rugged terrain in the southern part of the Moon. It is attached to the northern rim of the smaller Nasireddin crater, and the outer of the later reaches almost to the central peak formation at the mid-point of the interior floor. Together with Huggins crater to the southwest and Orontius to the south-southwest, this foresome forms a chain of craters forming an arc that curves toward the north.