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.
5 per centage points to real GDP growth in the September quarter.
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.
While a net 47 per cent of respondents remain overweight equities, this is down seven per centage points month-on-month.
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.
South Korea's September refinery utilisation rate fell 6 per centage points from August, although run rates in the first nine months of the year were up 0.
5 per cent in early trading, making the stock one of the top per centage losers on the London Stock Exchange.
In a recent Government survey, only one in 80 people in the West Midlands reported taking a Class A drugs, such as crystal meth and cocaine - the lowest per centage of any region in the country.
The index climbed 3 per cent for the week, its best weekly per centage gain since early January.
5 shows per centage share of venture capital investments in F.