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- abbr. percent
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- n. Percent; a fractional proportion, multiplied by 100.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a proportion in relation to a whole (which is usually the amount per hundred)
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Parents worried about recall pct of gay, bisexual men with HIV don't know it
Freel looks solid on offense and his stats back that up except slugging pct which is low.
Some men's basketball winning percentages group example team pct.
ChrisAdamsMKTS Today's casualty roster French banks reflects those S&P downgrade fears: Soc Gen -8 pct, BNP -7.4pct, Credit Ag -6.7pct, Natixis -6.4pct5.35pm: Interesting snippet this evening -- a French government official has told Dow Jones that S&P has not secretly warned the Paris government that its AAA rating is about to be downgraded.
This will give you a discount of 30 pct, and we'll still donate as many books to Borders as you order for yourself, plus we'll still make the donation to Haiti.
Knowing what to do and how to fight climate change is 90 pct. of the problem.
Banks had huge profits in the pase few years, as a pct of all corps way over their long term average.
Number of Super Bowls held in an NFL team's home stadium 38 Hosts that made the Super Bowl 0 Hosts that made the playoffs 5 Hosts that reached a conference championship game 0 Hosts that won 12-plus games 0 Regular-season host win pct.
CATEGORIES WITHOUT MELO* WITH MELO Record 28-26 20-22 Points per game 106.2 102.3 Field-goal percentage 46% 43% Stoudemire shots/game 19.4 17.4 Sto udemire points/game 26.1 21.9 3-point field-goal pct.
I forget the exact breakdown right now, but I remember over half, self indentified as Independents, and I think around 20 pct identified as Dems.