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milligram

 (mg) [mil´ĭ-gram]
one thousandth (10−3) of a gram.

mil·li·gram (mg),

(mil'i-gram), Avoid the incorrect abbreviation mgm.
One thousandth of a gram.

mil·li·gram

(mg) (mil'i-gram)
One thousandth of a gram.
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Under current standards, water deposited into secondary drinking water may have no more than 500 milligrams per liter of dissolved solids, 56 milligrams per liter of chlorides and 250 milligrams per liter of sulfates.
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They found that oolong tea came out top in terms of fluorine content, with an average fluorine density totaling 1.1 milligrams per liter, followed by green tea with 0.9 milligram and black tea with 0.7 milligram.
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As a result, the sodium content will be lowered by 32% to 480 milligrams, which is a level defined as healthy by the federal government.
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