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.
According to Gazette Notification, a total of 74491 appeared in the examination whereas 46,220 got through the examination showing a pass per centage of 62.05.
Today's results from exam board the WJEC show the proportion who achieved an A*-C is up by 1.2 per centage points to 62.8% this summer after a five year low last year.
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Digital News Report 2019 found that around a third of survey respondents in the UK (35%) were actively avoiding the news - an increase of 11 per centage points since 2017.
Centage Corporation, a provider of cloud financial software has announced Jason Lin has joined the Centage executive team, serving as chief financial officer, the company said.
As of last year, Safaricom market share for mobile subscriptions dropped by 0.9 per centage points to stand at 63.3 per cent or 31.32 million subscribers.
Hence, the OBB and OVN rates were up 2.0 per centage points (ppts) apiece compared to prior week's close of 9.2per cent and 10.1per cent respectively.
Besides, the shocking 1.5 per centage point increase in the benchmark interest rate and 3.8 per cent depression in rupee against the US dollar on Friday also prompted investors to sell shares at throughway prices.
The latest NSS results show that overall satisfaction amongst students at Aberystwyth University stands at 90 per cent - seven per centage points higher than the average UK figure.
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 78.09 pc.
The IMF lifted Japan's 2017 growth projection by 0.4 per centage point from January, to 1.2 per cent, while the eurozone and China both saw a 0.1 per centage point growth forecast increase to 1.7 per cent and 6.6 per cent, respectively.