Miers may refer to:

  • Anthony Miers (1906–1985), WWII Royal Navy officer
  • Earl Schenck Miers (1910–1972), American historian
  • Edward J. Miers (1851–1930), English zoologist
  • Harriet Miers (born 1945), American lawyer and failed Supreme Court nominee
  • Henry Miers (1858–1942), British mineralogist
  • John Miers (artist) (1756–1821), British artist
  • John Miers (botanist) (1789–1879), British botanist
  • Robert W. Miers (1848–1930), U.S. Representative from Indiana
  • Thomasina Miers (born 1976), English cook, writer and television presenter
  • Miers, Lot, a commune in France

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Stephania - Selected Species
... Thomson *Stephania glabra (Roxb.) Miers Stephania glandulifera Miers Stephania gracilenta Miers Stephania hernandiifolia (Willd.) Walp ... Stephania hispidula (Yamamoto) Yamamoto Stephania japonica (Thunb.) Miers Stephania longa Lour ...
Miers, Lot - See Also
... Mauroux Maxou Mayrac Mayrinhac-Lentour Mechmont Mercuès Meyronne Miers Milhac Molières Montamel Le Montat Montbrun Montcabrier Montcléra Montcuq Montdoumerc Montet ...
Miers Valley
... Miers Valley (78°6′S 164°0′E / 78.1°S 164°E / -78.1 164Coordinates 78°6′S 164°0′E / 78.1°S 164°E / -78.1 164) is a valley in the ... The valley is ice-free in the Austral summer except for Miers Glacier and Adams Glacier (Victoria Land) (named after Sir Jameson Boyd Adams ) in its upper (western) part, and Lake Miers near its center ... Miers, who was a marine biologist from the British Museum who examined crustacea from the Erebus and Terror expeditions ...
Robert W. Miers
... Robert Walter Miers (January 27, 1848 - February 20, 1930) was a U.S ... Born near Greensburg, Indiana, Miers attended the common schools ... Miers was elected as a Democrat to the Fifty-fifth and to the three succeeding Congresses (March 4, 1897-March 3, 1905) ...
Adams Glacier (Victoria Land)
163.633) is a small glacier immediately south of Miers Glacier in Victoria Land ... The heads of Adams and Miers glaciers, both located in the Miers Valley, are separated by a low ridge, and the east end of this ridge is almost completely surrounded by the snouts of the two glaciers, which ...