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mil

n. a million; a million dollars. The government spent forty mil on this building.
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1992 Seattle Mariners John Ellis/Nintendo Jeff Smulyan $125 mil
1991 Montreal Expos Claude Brochu group Charles Bronfman $100 mil
In terms of HD subs, Kagan projects that by 2010, there will be more than 18 mil.
1 mil of the sets purchased by OTA subs this year will be digital, and that the number of analog sets in OTA TVHH will be roughly 39 mil.
De los novatos americanistas, Alberto Becerra gana 37 mil 500 pesos al mes; Jose Antonio Castro, 50 mil 417; Santiago Fernandez, 8 mil 542; Efren Hernandez, 29 mil 167; Carlos Infante, 22 mil 375; Leonel Olmedo, 29 mil 167, y Francisco Javier Torres, 7 mil 500.
Otros experimentados tienen tambien salarios increibles, como el chileno Ricardo Rojas, registrado con sueldo de novato: 8 mil 333 pesos, mientras que Franky Oviedo tiene registrados 125 mil; Alvaro Ortiz, 95 mil 333; Jesus Mendoza, 95 mil 833, y el uruguayo-espanol Sergio Blanco, 13 mil 333 pesos.
MIL 3 is pleased to see Cisco recognize the invaluable role of simulation as a business tool to increase productivity, control costs, and accelerate the deployment of new technologies and solutions," said Marc Cohen, MIL 3's chairman and chief executive officer.
MIL 3's family of Decision Support Software reduces the considerable cost, labor and risk involved in the development of networking hardware and systems, management of IT resources, deployment of applications, and delivery of communications services.
MIL 3's OPNET Modeler will be used by Lockheed Martin's research and development teams to model the expected real-world performance of several new communication systems that Lockheed Martin is planning to bring to market.
The capability offered by HP and MIL 3 represents a significant breakthrough," said Scott Toborg of Southwestern Bell's Technology Resources Group.