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precent

(priːˈsɛnt)
vb
(Ecclesiastical Terms) (in the Christian Church) to lead the congregation's singing (of)
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Companies will be bound to label 'It is not a substitute of mother milk' on 15 precent area of product.
Payment Terms: 100 Percent Payment Against R/Note Or 95 Precent Aganst Against Receipted Challan/Clear Rr Along With I/C And Balance 5 Precent Against R/ Note.
A Seventy-three precent of Bulgarians are satisfied with their working hours (the average for the EU is 80%) and 77% are pleased with the autonomy they have at the workplace.
According to PSM spokesman Shazim Akhtar, PSM had to enhance production up to 60 precent in first phase by the end of August 2013, while Rs11 billion bailout package will be given through single trench in a shape of soft loan being provided by National Bank of Pakistan under the federal government guarantee.