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Synonyms for one-millionth

one part in a million equal parts

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Porsche AG (Xetra: POR3), a Germany-based automaker, has produced the one-millionth 911 sports car.
Mazda organized the One-Millionth MX-5 tour to celebrate with fans the achievement of 1 million units and to say thank you to everyone who has supported the model over the years.
Today's celebration of the one-millionth Bobcat loader is a real milestone, and a symbol of the company's growth and dynamism," commented John Hoeven, Senator for North Dakota.
The recognition of this one-millionth sight milestone is our way to give something back and share our gratitude and appreciation for all the support our various customers have given us throughout the years," said Ed Schoppman, EOTech vice president of marketing and sales.
Cigna (NYSE: CI) and CMC Life Insurance Co reached a key historical milestone by selling their one-millionth policy, ten years after the joint venture was established.
Elster (NYSE: ELT), an electricity, gas and water measurement and control provider, has exported its one-millionth polymer bodied water meter for the European utility market.
A ceremony was held for the Fiat's one-millionth Doblo, a light commercial vehicle, which was started to be built in Turkey in 2000.
With a voucher valid for up to four people, we've had families and groups of friends through the turnstiles and now we are approaching our one-millionth customer.
If we divide each millimetre into ten equal parts (this either requires a magnifying glass, and a sharp pencil; or an enlarged scale-diagram of a "millimetre", and a bit of imagination, and faith), we have a length that is now one-tenth of one-hundred-thousandth of the 100-metre "unit": that is, a length that is one-thousand-thousandth of the unit--namely one-millionth of the unit.
Observations as Charon's disk passed the star also indicate that if the moon has any atmosphere at all, its density is less than one-millionth that of Earth's atmosphere, according to Amanda Gulbis of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and her collaborators.
These particles, smaller than 100 nanometers (one billionth of a meter), are about one-millionth the size of a grain of sand.
Using light to slow down the electrical waveforms, these ultra-fast waveforms can be digitized at pico-second intervals--or one-millionth of one-millionth of a second.
became the one-millionth guest of the John Deere Pavilion on Feb.
manufactured its one-millionth WindTunnel, marking a milestone as one of the fastest-selling products in the company's 90-year history.