A mil is one thousandth of a goldgram (roughly 1 US cent), the smallest payment possible in the GoldMoney system. Each goldgram is divisible into thousandths of a gram ("mils") for precision in a transaction. Thus, 11.215gg expresses the amount of 11 goldgrams and 215 mils.
A unit of measure for expressing the thickness of a film. One (1) Mil is equal to .001" or (1/1000"). The thickness of vinyl film when expressed in Mils typically includes the thickness of its adhesive.
Angular unit of measurement used to estimate distance and size: 1 Milradian is 1/1,000 of the distance; 1 meter at 1,000 meters; 1 yard at 1000 yards. 360 degrees consist of 6,400 Mils by military definition, 6283.2 mathematically.
Unit of length or thickness. 1/1000 (.001) of an inch. Go to top Molten Debris Molten material separating from the specimen during the test procedure and falling below the lower edge of the test specimen without flaming. Go to top
A domain name suffix denoting an abbreviation for military. In Internet addresses, mil indicates a site belonging to a military branch or organization. By example, usmc.mil would be the United States Marine Corp.
Malfunction Indicator Light. Commonly known as the "Check Engine" or "Service Engine Soon" light, the MIL is a dashboard light that illuminates when a concern is detected by the On-Board Diagnostic system of your 1996 and newer vehicle. An illuminated MIL should be addressed as quickly as possible to avoid potentially costly repairs and minimize emissions-related problems.
Missing Information Letter. The Missing Information Letter (MIL) is created for and mailed to the student with an incomplete student record. Students are instructed to access their My To Do List on myUNT for information about the outstanding documents.
When these letters appear at the last part of an address (in [email protected], for example), it indicates that the host computer is run by some part of the U.S. military rather than by a company or university.