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Cent

A division of several currencies in English-speaking countries equal in value to 1/100 of one unit of each currency.
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6 per cent of all handsets registered on UAE networks were manufactured by Samsung, a figure that has been steadily increasing over time.
In 2005, monthly attendance among Roman Catholics was 53 per cent.
7 per cent of the GDP on health in 2001, falling behind the u.
Wise Street: New housing at corner of High Street and Lower Avenue, 79 per cent in favour; improvements to canalside frontage, 100 per cent support; larger Kwik Save store, 61 per cent against; new housing on Kwik Save site, 53 per cent against; improved parking in Wise Street, 100 per cent support; relocation of existing businesses replaced by new business units /housing, 87 per cent in favour.
01 (one cent, long term) per share, payable on January 3, 1995, to shareholders of record on December 27, 1994.
96 per cent even as taxes are increasing - and he hopes this will lead to a growth rate for the economy of 2.
The number of listings is expected to increase by 11 per cent.
Over the years, the agricultural sector's star has dimmed most perceptibly in industrialised countries where its share of total employment had dwindled, sometimes to a substantial degree as in Italy where it declined from 42 to 11 per cent of all employment, and in Bulgaria from 50 to 16 per cent.
Avanza's total number of custodian account customers grew by a record 23 per cent in 2006.
3 per cent in November, unchanged from the previous month, one of six countries in the euro area to do so, but all of which have lower unemployment than in Cyprus.
The largest increases in unsuccessful loan applications were observed in Bulgaria (from three per cent in 2007 to 36 per cent in 2010), Ireland (from one per cent to 27 per cent) and Latvia (from four per cent to 26 per cent).
8 per cent of the total passenger traffic in November, while charter passengers made up the remaining 16.