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 n. Plural form of fraction.
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He abandon the _more difficult_ objected to that, for he fractions which we _have got_, thought that a man ought to be and to introduce _easier able to pay for his dinner in fractions_.

Plus he called the final result within fractions of one percent.

Girya or kettleballs usually come in fractions and multiples of 16 kilograms.

With that revolutionary shift a new currency of success emerged: the ability to gather, interpret, and react to new information in fractions of a second  real time.

As such this specialised area of games development combines the problems of developing parallel applications with the issues of distributed computing, but unlike render farms which can take hours to produce movie frames (Christensen, P.H. et al, 2006), or scientific investigations which might extend for years at a time (SETI@home, 2009), results must be calculated in fractions of a second to allow the game to progress.

Dr. Charpak's chamber was a 4inch square box of crisscrossed wires that measured, in fractions of a second, the trajectories of these exploded particles.
Georges Charpak, 86; Physicist won Nobel for particle detector

And he offers lively lessons in fractions, and practice in counting to 256, as all of his creatures except the lion and the ant make pigs of themselves at dinner.

Blessing are counted in fractions and those fractions add up to a Full Life.

So he predicted the final result within fractions of a per cent but you find fluctations in individual states disturbing?
The Volokh Conspiracy » Public Opinion on Legal Challenges to the Individual Mandate

Equations that contain fractions are usually solved more easily by changing them into equations that do not contain fractions.
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