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  • adj. Alternative spelling of centum.

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Examples

  • Centum Electronics of Bangalore is one such, which expects to undertake additional defence-related spending, and Star News Broadcasting.

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  • Ita quod dicta summa pecunie Centum Librarum eis annuatim integre et absque contradictione aliqua plenarie persolvatur pre cunctis aliis quibuscunque assignacionibus per nos factis seu faciendis ad inveniendum in perpetunm singulis diebus cuilibet monacho monasterii predicti comedenti in

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  • There is one of these charters called De Pitancia Centum Librarum By this charter, which is very curious, our Robert Bruce, on the 10th

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  • For that matter, it didn't take long for *k and *q to merge in Centum dialects to plain *k while pushing forward to *ć and *k respectively in Satem dialects.

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  • Centum et quinque vixit annos sine ullo incommodo.

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  • Centum ova et unum, quolibet mane sumant ova sorbilia, cum sequenti pulvere supra ovum aspersa, et contineant quousque assumpserint centum et unum, maniacis et melancholicis utilissimum remedium.

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  • Itaque Noruagi occupatæ iam Islandiæ 60. annorum spacio, aut circiter, habitabiles partes sua multitudine implent: Centum verò prope modum annis

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  • Itaque Noruagi occupat� iam Islandi� 60. annorum spacio, aut circiter, habitabiles partes sua multitudine implent: Centum ver� prope modum annis

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  • Demosthenes against Aphobus, and Athenaeus, lib. 13, in fine; and, when thou hast read them well, help I pray thee in lawful manner to hang up such as take _Centum pro cento_, for they are no better worthy as I do judge in conscience.

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  • _Tausendgulden kraut_ -- "the herb of a thousand florins," -- either because of its medicinal value, or as a corruption of _Centum aureum_, "a hundred golden sovereigns."

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