Definition of Millesimals
1. millesimal [n] - See also: millesimal
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Millesimals
Literary usage of Millesimals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Gold Standard in International Trade: Report on the Introduction of the Gold by Hugh Henry Hanna, Charles Arthur Conant, Jeremiah Whipple Jenks (1904)
"The fractional silver coins shall be 900 millesimals fine, with 100 millesimals of copper alloy. ART. 7. The national silver coins shall be legal tender at ..."
2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1794)
"... three degrees of the quadrant, to millesimals of a degree. In 1706, Sherwin's Mathematical Tables were ..."
3. Peru of the Twentieth Century by Percy Falcke Martin (1911)
"... millesimals; the half-pound (equal in value and appearance to the half-sovereign) has the same fineness. By a law issued in 190G, the minting has been ..."
4. Geometrical and Graphical Essays: Containing a General Description of the by George Adams (1813)
"To take off any given number of inches, decimals, and millesimals of an inch ; for example, 42764, observe, that one point of the beam compasses must stand ..."
5. Peru in 1906 and After: With a Brief Historical and Geographical Sketch by Alejandro Garland, George R. Gepp (1908)
"... consists of a gold coin the diameter of which is 22 millimeters with the weight of 7 grammes 988 milligrammes and a fineness of 0916 2/$ millesimals; ..."
6. Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers edited by Sholto Percy, Perry Fairfax Nursey (1842)
"... or millesimals of an inch, according to the way they may be put together for the peculiar use of the parties requiring them. ..."