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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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the result before tax increased by 71 per cent to MSEK 55.
Eight Member States -- Finland, France, Denmark, Austria, Italy, Greece, Sweden and Belgium -- devoted at least 20 per cent of GDP to social protection, while Ireland, Lithuania, Romania, Latvia, Malta, the Czech Republic and Bulgaria each spent less than 13 per cent of GDP on social protection.
6 per cent of the respondents said they trusted local media outlets' coverage of local politics, 74 per cent trusted coverage of local security affairs, 71 per cent trusted coverage of regional politics, 72 per cent confidence in coverage of local services, 73 per cent trusted coverage of the financial affairs, 74 per cent sports, 78 per cent weather news, 65 per cent crime and violent news and 48 per cent of celebrity news.
57 per cent, while news related to sports and economics is around 64 per cent.
The regulatory duty on footballs and soccer balls would be 30 per cent, footballs (other than leather) 30 percent, cricket balls 50 per cent, hokey balls 50 per cent, polo balls, 50 per cent, squash balls 50 per cent, table tennis balls 50 per cent, punching balls 50 per cent and badminton shuttle cocks 50 per cent.
Harvest is most advanced in the southwestern region, where 86 per cent of the crop is now combined.
2 per cent in May over April as against the increase of 1.
According to the report, 67 per cent of handsets registered on the UAE's networks were smartphones during the period between April 1 and June 30, a figure that has been constantly increasing over time.
Bibby--who has been monitoring social trends in Canada for 30 years--said that while most observers have assumed that the "Mainliners" (whose numbers dropped to 20 per cent in 2001 from 50 per cent in 1931) have been losing adherents to evangelical groups and increasing secularization, the reality is that "they weren't having enough kids and their immigration pipeline was going dry.
6 per cent in 2003, and are lower than annual increases of 5 per cent from 1996 to 2001, the increase in health spending for 2003 still matches the all-time high reached in 1992 for heath expenditures as a percentage of the GDP.
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.
Even from this limited search it emerges that the following words in the first eighteen pages of Lexique should have been designated "latin medieval" with the single asterisk: abbaticus (11th cent.