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Decimel

A customary unit of area approximately equivalent to 40.46 square meters. It is used in some parts of India and Bangladesh in real estate transactions.
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The petitioner had moved the SHC in 2017 against the discontinuation of decimal coins and impleaded the federation through the secretary of finance and the governor of SBP as respondents.
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Given that operating with number properties, without needing to rely on materials, is critical for more advanced work (Pirie & Kieren, 1994) it could be argued that it is better to leave decimal instruction until later class levels.
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Under the supervision of Patna district officials, the family of Drigonmeshwar and Govardhan Pujari -- who won the prolonged legal battle -- fenced off 13 decimal of land ( about 520 sq m) spread across the plot numbers 1195 and 1196, on one of which the minister's bungalow is built.
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MANY housewives in Wales boycotted D Day shopping yesterday because they did not trust the new decimal coins and were afraid of using them, said traders.
A percentage (%) is a single value given to express a fraction or decimal. Generally, it is expressed on a scale of 0 to 100.
THE NEW range of fractional odds is bound to lead to customer confusion and may have brought the introduction of decimal prices a step nearer, according to high street firm Coral, who yesterday pledged to keep their use to a minimum for horseracing bets.