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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).]

per mill

(pə ˈmɪl) or

per mil

adv
by the thousand or in each thousand
[C19: from per + French or Latin mille thousand, on the model of per cent]

per mill

or per mil

(ˌpɜr ˈmɪl, pər)
adv.
per thousand.
[1900–05]
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The marriage rate per 1,000 people was 6.2 per mill, the divorce rate was 1.7 per mill.
With a mortality rate of 8.3 per mill Macedonia is ranked second in Europe and 105th in the world.
GIW said it not only achieved the customer's goal, but also managed to exceed it by cutting annual shutdowns in half and drastically improving the total cost of ownership with an estimated savings of $6 million per mill line.
It falls in line with the company's two heating zones per mill roll and mixer sides and its internal water or oil spray systems in the mill rolls and mixer rotors.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of flour mill workers will lose their jobs, with an average of 200 workers per mill at present falling to 75 workers in each mill that still manages to exist.
Over the same years, the average annual output per mill went from about 20 million board feet up to about 80 million board feet.
The results from the mail survey showed that hardwood lumber production volume ranged from 700 to 600,000 board feet (BF) per wk, and monthly electricity consumption per mill averaged 220 kWh per thousand board feet (MBF) with an average electric bill of $17.78/MBF/mo.
The average direct job loss per mill closure was about 100 jobs.
For driving when blood alcohol content (ascertained by a medical test) is from 0.5 to 1.2 per mill, drivers with less than two years of experience have their driving licence suspended for a period from two to 12 months and pay a fine between 300 and 600 leva.
Given between 50 people in the smallest mill to 1,700 at the largest, averaging, say, about 200 people per mill, that adds up to 55,000 workers, Ian calculates.
Data tables provide the following information for each responding school: enrollment; taxable valuation (total and per pupil); general fund budget without special education (total and per pupil); general fund reserve as percentage of general fund; guaranteed tax base per mill; over base budget and levy mills required; special education budget and FTE personnel; transportation budget and cost per pupil; teacher salaries as percentage of total general fund; teacher/enrollment ratio; and teacher salaries (base, average, and highest).
That's two hundred grand per mill (punch-up type), but Oddly's first two mills (ditto) have been greeted with universal cries of wonder that any cash changed hands at all.