centage

centage

(ˈsɛntɪdʒ)
n
archaic the rate per hundred of something
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An absolute statistic of the per centage of suicides due to John Barleycorn would be appalling.
Tenders are invited for centage charges for various public works of idukki district panchayath 2017-18 including construction and maintenance of various buildings, new and maintenance of various road works, irrigation projects, water supply schemes etc.
Out of them, 89,698 were declared successful, showing pass per centage 53.
On the other hand, the situation was better in BSc English wherein 15,100 candidates appeared and 11792 passed the paper with a per centage of 78.
located in Port Harcourt, Warri and Kaduna increased by about 29 per centage points in January, the corporation has said.
Therefore, the number of lawmakers should be reduced by a similar per centage, Bukauskas said.
1 per centage point reduction for both years relative to the its previous World Economic Outlook, published in April 2016.
In fact the USA executes as many, if not more, as a per centage of its population.
A survey by pollster Andy-Ar on Wednesday showed AKP support had risen some two per centage points since the election two months ago to 42.
Part of the Centage Series in Broadcast and Production, this book focus on writing for media purposes.
The Field Top Road school (pictured right) is also in the top 90 nationwide for the greatest sustained improvement in the per centage of pupils achieving five or more A*-C grade GCSEs (or equivalent), including English and mathematics GCSEs.
The FSA also named rates among retailers for the first time, revealing that Asda sold the highest per centage of chickens contaminated with campylobacter at 78%, with 28% showing the bug above the highest level of contamination and 12% of packaging testing positive.