One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A unit of measurement of the value of advertising space in a newspaper, magazine, etc., calculated by multiplying the cost per line by one million and dividing the result by the circulation of the publication. Frequently attributive, especially in "milline rate".
1920s; earliest use found in Printers' Ink. From mil- + line.
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