The IRINN website is one of the most frequently visited official sites in the country, with millions of monthly visitors.
But there are already tens of millions of such guns already in circulation.
millions of other Americans will lament they live in cities with strapped budgets that throw piddling BBQs and hand out sparklers.
In 2012 we may well face hundreds of millions in secret contributions flowing into the presidential and congressional elections.
"There's millions of people watching every day, and there's a reason why, because people can relate to them," she said.
Your sire rules the millions who have donned fear's stole forever.
millions who still had jobs feared that they would lose them.
When he dammed water in his mountains he dammed it by the hundreds of millions of gallons.
Fortunately, there are millions of communities in the world.
The Scheftels corporation was said to have got away with millions of dollars by selling "fake mining stocks."
late 14c., from Old French million (late 13c.), from Italian millione (now milione), literally "a great thousand," augmentative of mille "thousand," from Latin mille, which is of uncertain origin. Used mainly by mathematicians until 16c. India, with its love of large numbers, had names before 3c. for numbers well beyond a billion. The ancient Greeks had no name for a number greater than ten thousand, the Romans for none higher than a hundred thousand. "A million" in Latin would have been decies centena milia, literally "ten hundred thousand." Million to one as a type of "long odds" is attested from 1761. Related: Millions.