Definition of Milligrams

1. Noun. (plural of milligram) ¹



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Definition of Milligrams

1. milligram [n] - See also: milligram

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Milligrams

milliequivalents
millier
milliers
millies
millifarad
millifarads
millifold
milligal
milligals
milligrade
milligram
milligram hour
milligramage
milligramme
milligrammes
milligrams (current term)
milligray
milligrays
millihelen
millihenries
millihenry
millihenrys
millihertz
millijansky
millijoule
millijoules
millikatal
millikatals
millilambert
millilamberts

Literary usage of Milligrams

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1. Botanical Features of North American Deserts by Daniel Trembly MacDougal (1908)
"The sun emerging from the clouds the readings of 400 milligrams in 150 seconds, 400 milligrams in 210 seconds, and 300 milligrams in 150 seconds were taken, ..."

2. Investigations of Infra-red Spectra by William Weber Coblentz (1908)
"The sun emerging from the clouds the readings of 400 milligrams in 150 seconds, 400 milligrams in 210 seconds, and 300 milligrams in 150 seconds were taken, ..."

3. Desert Botanical Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution by Frederick Vernon Coville, Daniel Trembly MacDougal (1903)
"The sun emerging from the clouds the readings of 400 milligrams in 150 seconds, 400 milligrams in 210 seconds, and 300 milligrams in 150 seconds were taken, ..."

4. Annual Report of the Governor of Puerto Rico by Puerto Rico Governor (1918)
"The sensibility reciprocal of 7 scales, class B (capacity greater than 15 grams), was found to vary from 100 up to 250 milligrams. ..."

5. Quantitative Chemical Analysis by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1894)
"400 cc of boiling water in a glass flask of 600 or 700 cc capacity'"' dissolved in the first hour 8'9 milligrams ; in three hours, 14-8 milligrams ; in six ..."

6. Science and Industry (1900)
"Thus, if the sample weighed 1 gram (1000 milligrams) before heating and 912 milligrams after heating, the moisture weighed 1000 — 912 = 88 milligrams. ..."

7. Metabolism in Diabetes Mellitus by Francis Gano Benedict, Elliott Proctor Joslin (1910)
"Thus, with Case A, on December 16, 1908, there were but 4.1 milligrams of nitrogen per kilogram per hour in an 8-hour period, while on November 5, 1909, ..."

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