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per mille

[pər ′mil]
(science and technology)
Per thousand or 10-3. Symbolized ‰.
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The test was repeated with a fresh mouthpiece after 15 minutes, and also came back positive but with a lower concentration 0.09 per mille. According to protocol, the pilot was off-loaded in the presence of Dr Nasir Zareen and Dr Naveed Iqbal Janjua from the CAA.
According to Eurostat, in 'crude ratio' terms, calculated as the ratio of the number of events in the average population in a given year, Cyprus recorded 10.7 live births and 7.0 deaths, which constitute a 3.8 per mille positive natural change in population, second in the EU only to Ireland.
It's a simple equation: the cost of market- ing to a human = factor of our cost per mille rates divided by human viewability and fraud.
At that, the number of people below and above the active working age will be increasing, which will result in growing dependency ratio by approximately 9%--from 623 persons per mille of persons in active working age to 684 persons by the beginning of 2014 if compared to 2011.
He says t he Commission on Turnover (COT), which used to be at $0.03 per mille maximum, was reduced to a maximum of $0.02 per mille.
This pay per click model will give advertisers unlimited cost per mille (CPM).
They registered close to 2 per mille alcohol level.
"Through real-time bidding (RTB), agencies and advertisers can bid for this traffic via a private auction, giving the most sought after traffic to the highest CPM (cost per mille) bidder."
Q-CERT Department Manager (Cyber Security Division) Hamid Sadiq said: "Indeed the computers cleaned per mille (CCM rate) has been consistently decreasing for Qatar and it is good news." Q-CERT initiated a service towards the goal of reducing these incidents in Q3, 2011.
The draft bill also makes changes to the article relating to the blood alcohol limit, which is 0.50 per mille.
Cario Cardia, del sistema de financiacion de la Iglesia en Italia, centrandose en sus dos principales instrumentos: el otto per mille y las ofrendas deducibles.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-5 July 2002-Finnish police catch man with highest ever per mille alcohol level (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com