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per mil

also per mill
adv.
Per thousand.

[per + mil (short for Latin mīlle, thousand; see gheslo- in Indo-European roots).]
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It will not be unreasonable to suggest a maintenance cost of around 1/2 per mil. p.a.
Results were expressed as excess [eth][.sup.13]C[O.sub.2] excretion per mil: a value >4 delta per mil was considered positive.
* Approved to EN 60950 and has an MTBF (per MIL HDBK 217F) of greater than 3.5 Mhours
The MTBF (per MIL HDBK 217F) of the MHI200LRI8 series is greater than 2.0 Mhours.
We obtained the per mil (%o) of the words behavior and mind, and their common inflections as the total times that either word was used each year divided by the total number of words published that year and multiplied that ratio by one thousand.
[[delta].sup.13]C = enriquecimento da razao [sup.13]C/[sup.12]C da amostra em relacao ao padrao PDB, em partes per mil (%).
The test showed 1.67 per mil alcohol content in his blood.On Friday afternoon four teenagers died when their car collided with a water tank, parked by the road near Karnobat.
According to the 2001 Census, in few Albanian municipalities the birth rate reached up to 21 per mil and today it is almost halved.
A alternancia dos sitios de alocacao entre elas, apos determinado intervalo de tempo, gerou resultados de enriquecimento isotopico relativo, ou delta per mil ([delta] %o) versus tempo, com perfil aproximado de uma equacao quadratica, especifica para cada tecido (JONES et al., 1979).
A toxicology screening found Foster, of Woodbank Avenue, Finglas, Dublin, had 0.26 micrograms per mil of methadone in his system, which caused his death.