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millilitre

(US), milliliter
one thousandth of a litre.
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"From September up until now the total level of precipitation is 165 milliliters," the source said.
"Syringes are the preferred dosing device for administering oral liquid medications," according to the statement, but acceptable alternatives are "cups and spoons calibrated and marked in milliliters."
If your child is prescribed a liquid medicine, be sure you know the dose in milliliters and have a dosing syringe that's easy to read and has the unit markings.
Some people that were shown 300 milliliters of soup ate 300 milliliters of soup; others ate 500 milliliters.
Add 45 milliliters (about 3 tablespoons) of water to the glue, and stir.
In addition to the existing ban on drinking within 12 hours of a flight, pilots will be allowed the day before the flight to drink no more than 1,000 milliliters of beer (about two midsize bottles), about 360 milliliters of sake, and 140 milliliters of ''shochu'' distilled spirit or their equivalent.
Ideal for applying coatings to metal, elastomers, plastics and aircraft composite materials, Ames coating capabilities include non-electrostatic and electrostatic-based systems capable of applying uniform thicknesses of coatings ranging from a few microns to 20-30 milliliters, with typical applications using 20 layers of .5 milliliters each.
He was over the legal drink-drive limit when he died, with 105 milligrams of alcohol per 100 milliliters of blood in his system.
coli bacteria count of 167 colonies per 100 milliliters of water tested Saturday and 78 colonies per 100 milliliters for water tested Sunday.
Take an empty soda can and fill it with roughly 10 milliliters of water.
Can you figure out how many milliliters (ml.) are in each tube and then find the beaker that will hold all of the combined fluid?
FEATURES & FUNCTIONS: Machine uses Horkos's patented MQL (Minimum Quantity Lubrication) system that reduces cutting fluid flow so that the amount of fluid is measured in milliliters per hour (1 milliliter = 0.0002642 gallon [US, liquid]).