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Mil

In Norway or Sweden, a unit of length equal to 10 kilometers.
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After nearing the $100M annual income mark in 2013, MIL leadership restructured its business operations to include six defined service sectors to best meet the needs of their equally distributed defense and civilian customer base.
The Asian Centre for Human Rights urged the University Grants Commission to intervene with Delhi University to halt the four year undergraduate programme and not to introduce compulsory MILs without assessment of faculty strength and without addressing the needs of students who do not study MIL at the qualifying level.
The reticle itself consists of a center chevron aiming point, flanked by 10 mil marks on either side.
From this crude analysis, drill tools F and H showed the least amount of plating nodules and the smallest number of large nodules relative to the number of 10 mil holes cross-sectioned.
12, 1996, the appraised value of a 1% MIL LP interest was determined to be $89,505.
SCHWANZ Chairman, president & DEC of CTS Corp Headquarters: Elkhart Business: Electronic components 2003 company revenue: $463 mil.
The film thickness expands to about 20 mils as the melt exits a modified coat-hanger die.
The MIL C4IS Sector provides project management, engineering, production, integration, fielding, and technical services for a wide range of communications-electronic systems, subsystems, and equipment.
The expected first resonant frequency would be about 115 MHz for a 1000 mil by1000 mil grid and about 75 MHz for a 1500 mil by1500 mil grid.
1992 San Francisco Giants Peter McGowan Bob Lurie $100 mil
Headquarters: Terre Haute Business: Cookware, cutlery and kitchen utensils Company revenue: $97 mil.
The MIL Corporation(MIL), a mid-sized government contractor with stakes in the Southern Md.