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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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We pay four cents for a woman's stuff gown, you pay 8.4.0, which is four mills more than DOUBLE.
"The lot will cost him 32 cents. It takes him 32 working days to earn the money -- 5 weeks and 2 days.
In seven hundred years wages will have risen to six times what they are now, here in your region, and farm hands will be allowed 3 cents a day, and mechanics 6."
Two hundred and fifty years later -- pay attention now -- a mechanic's wages will be -- mind you, this is law, not guesswork; a mechanic's wages will then be TWENTY cents a day!"
"Wages will keep on rising, little by little, little by little, as steadily as a tree grows, and at the end of three hundred and forty years more there'll be at least ONE country where the mechanic's average wage will be TWO HUNDRED cents a day!"
The agency said 11.22 per cent increase was 0.18 per cent points lower than the 11.40 per cent recorded in May 2019.
Services index was up 0.32 per cent before closing at 1, 21.86.
It was 3.62 per cent in April last year, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
That means 64 per cent still haven't registered since the 45-day listing started on April 2, ending on May 15.
The top sub-regions were: Burj Khalifa (11.8 per cent), Port Saeed (6 per cent), Al Marrar (5.6 per cent), Al Fahidi (4.3 per cent), Naif (4.0 per cent), Dubai World Trade Centre 1 (3.7 per cent), Al Garhoud (3.6 per cent), Hor Al Anz East (2.6 per cent), Al Karama (2.4 per cent), Al Barsha (2.3 per cent) and Al Khubaisi (2.0 per cent).
For Thomas, 37 per cent of Malay voters polled were satisfied with his performance as attorney-general, while 38 per cent were dissatisfied.