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And suppose I consented, but gave you only one-hundredth part of me.
If it is travelling through time fifty times or a hundred times faster than we are, if it gets through a minute while we get through a second, the impression it creates will of course be only one-fiftieth or one-hundredth of what it would make if it were not travelling in time.
I wish by this account of them, imperfect in its execution, but in its just intention, honest, I could hope to convey to my readers one-hundredth part of the gratification, the sights I have described, afforded me.
It had been conceived in a cellar and born in a machine-shop; and now, of all the gifts that our young American Republic had received on its one-hundredth birthday, the telephone was honored as the rarest and most welcome of them all.
However, he missed a place in the final despite running his season-best 10.30s, as it was one-hundredth slower than Chinese Taipei's Yang Chun-Han, who timed 10.29.
The indicative per unit value of exchange traded funds (ETFs), which will soon debut on the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), has been fixed at one-hundredth of the previous day's close of the respective indices, it is learnt.
Someone very fast was destined to be left out, and by the slimmest of margins - one one-hundredth of a second, the only separation between Queen Harrison and third-place finisher Sharika Nelvis.
Even in his one-hundredth year my father had plenty of youth in him.
However, she couldn't hold on and was pipped for fourth place by one-hundredth of a second by England's Kate Avery, despite a PB of 32:33.36.
DENVER -- Colorado officials think a difference of one-hundredth of a mile will be enough to stop thieves from stealing the mile marker 420 sign along Interstate 70.
Last week in Rome, Bolt lost the 100m race to American Justin Gatlin by one-hundredth of a second.
Bronte Barratt Australia won the bronze, edging American teenager Missy Franklin by one one-hundredth of a second.