from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Rate by the cent or hundred; percentage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Rate by the hundred; percentage.
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Rateby the hundred; percentage.
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On the street interviews made it look like the actual per centage might be smaller.
Congress does not need to rush into something that will tear down the system we have now for the small per centage of people who do not have insurance now.
An absolute statistic of the per centage of suicides due to John Barleycorn would be appalling.
In FACT, a large per centage of Americans got a TAX BREAK!!!!
However, the per centage of gross bad loans to total advances rose to 3.35% from 2.99% a year earlier.
The difference is that France attained a much larger per centage of its every-Sunday diocees from the first m.p., that of 1988.
For example, a poll in the U.S.A. showed that only 18% of Catholics held to the correct teaching on transubstantiation; and it also found that a large per centage of the respondents didn't even know what transubstantiaion is.
In both countries, the per centage of faithful living in those dioceses is over 93%.
Over the past 12 months, the number of unemployed persons has increased by 2.8 million, and the unemployment rate has risen by 1.7 per-centage points.
As Mr Booker points out the math's behind the logic of the Giant windmills is faulty considering that they can only produce 27 per cent of capicy due to the wind only blowing in sufficient force at that per centage of the time.