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milligram

, milligramme
one thousandth of a gram.

milligram

[′mil·ə‚gram]
(mechanics)
A unit of mass equal to one-thousandth of a gram. Abbreviated mg.
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She produced one of the most outrageously brilliants burst of acceleration I've ever seen, and fairly flew past Milligram 15 yards from the line to win by a length-and-a-half.
Evaluation of patients over the age of 60 who received Prozac 20 milligrams daily revealed no unusual pattern of adverse events relative to the clinical experience in younger patients.
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Hemila remarks that 150 milligrams per day of zinc have been administered for therapeutic uses for months or years in specific patients, and that a trial involving six weeks of supplementation at this level failed to result in a deficiency of copper (a potential side effect of prolonged intake of high amounts of zinc).
9 milligrams for a store brand of cola to 74 milligrams in Vault Zero, a citrus drink .
5 grams saturated), 70 milligrams cholesterol, 476 milligrams sodium, 4 grams carbohydrate, 1 gram sugar, 1 gram fiber, 29 grams protein.
They've got just 1 gram of sat fat (and 370 milligrams of sodium), yet manage to deliver that garlic-and-paprika kick that kosher hot dog fans crave.
s Figure 2 shows an apparent relationship between nitrate level in wells (parts per million) and "nitrate" (this is presumably nitrite, as described in the figure legend and Zeman's letter) exposure in milligrams per kilogram per day.
Yet recent tests indicate that absinthe contains at least as much thujone today as it did during La Belle Epoque: Turn-of-the-century Pernod Fils absinthe had six milligrams of thujone per milliliter, substantially less than the 10 milligrams permitted by current European Union rules in countries where absinthe is legal.
Noting that 400 parts per million (ppm) is the EPA limit for material to not be considered a hazardous waste, Cosper said that only paint chips tested alone surpassed this limit, testing at 3,500 milligrams per kilogram following TCLP (toxicity characteristic leaching procedure) testing methods.
Tofu, the Mayo Clinic publication said, contains about 130 milligrams of calcium in a four-ounce serving.
In a recent study, orange juice from frozen concentrates contained 86 milligrams of vitamin C per cup, on average, compared to ready-to-drink varieties that had only 27 to 65 milligrams per cup.