Did you possibly mean milliliter?
- milli- + litre (Wiktionary)
“Comparing ORAC antioxidant activity values, the researchers report an ORAC value of 22.8 micromoles of Trolox equivalents per millilitre, which is higher than the ORAC values of most common juices, they said”
“It could also have originated in a 1945 report from the Food and Nutrition Board of America's National Research Council, which advocated one millilitre of water for each calorie of food.”
“The “normal” sperm concentration for a man is between 80 and 120 million per millilitre, and the average of men who ate on average a portion of soy-based food every other day was 41 million fewer.”
“Costing $525, it works out to $17.50 per millilitre.”
“Make sure to drink enough, at least 1.500 millilitre water a day.”
“Maybe it was not obvious to check the level of 6-thioguanine on a per red blood cell basis, as opposed to a per millilitre basis or a per grambasis.”
“Q3: Up to what price could you bear to see the price of a 350 millilitre can of beer increase to?”
“Note that currently a 350 millilitre can of beer retails for about 207 yen from a convenience store.”
“The study noted that all the brands exceeded the bacterial "alert level" guidelines of 5000 colony-forming units/millilitre.”
“For analysis, a five millilitre sample of wine is poured into a tray in front of the machine.”
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