Did you perhaps mean millimeter?
- Latin milli- ("thousand") + metre (Wiktionary)
“The move followed a trial run of the technology, known as millimetre-wave scanners, at the Kelowna, B.C., airport.”
“In fact, there were 10 fibres per millimetre, which is 100 times the permitted level.”
“TeraView says its technology is potentially more attractive than existing technologies - such as millimetre wave or X-Ray - because it is more effective, faster, safer and sidesteps concerns about passengers 'privacy being compromised.”
“I really like to have things symmetrical on screen, and when you have it maximised, you really don't want the window moving a millimetre off screen.”
“It's a worm a millimetre long made up of only 1,000 cells and I am watching it curling, uncurling and grazing on its bacterial food with a string of its cells brightly illuminated in green.”
“I knew, to the nearest fraction of a millimetre, the length of the nuchal fold that would indicate Down's syndrome.”
“She opens a millimetre of space between her thumb and index finger to illustrate the hundredth of a second that separated her from fourth and the podium.”
“Issue the x-ray specs/millimetre wave radar! on April 13, 2010 at 8: 35 pm hilljohnny”
“Timothy Whittamore, 44, drove from Independence, Ky., so he could wear his 9 millimetre pistol at the rally.”
“We looked at millimetre wave but don't believe that it is sufficiently developed for operational use, said a Manchester Airport spokesman.”
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