one-sixtieth


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Noun1.one-sixtieth - one part in sixty equal parts
common fraction, simple fraction - the quotient of two integers
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If this is a new digital gold, today's extraordinary prices still leave the total supply of Bitcoins in the world at a value that is only one-sixtieth of all the real gold in the world.
If, for example, a piece of meat falls into a glass of milk, the milk is still considered kosher as long as the meat is not more than one-sixtieth of the mixture.
The staff also indicates six of the buses will be used as feeders for an expanded Wood side service, and remaining will be utilized for fleet replacement or maintenance of existing routes, the new buses used for fleet replacement produce approximately one-sixtieth of the greenhouse gas emissions of the older buses.
Members would accrue benefits at the rate of one-sixtieth of their salary each year, the same as under the current system, while pensions in payment would rise each year in line with the lower of consumer price inflation or 2.
5%, which is only one-sixtieth of the much quoted figure of 30% the "experts" would have us believe.
And deeper emissions cuts like those proposed by the European Union -- 20 percent below 1990 levels within 12 years -- would reduce global temperatures by only one-sixtieth of one degree Celsius (one-thirtieth of one degree Fahrenheit) by 2100, at a cost of $10 trillion.
And deeper emissions cuts like those proposed by the European Union -- 20 per cent below 1990 levels within 12 years -- would reduce global temperatures by only one-sixtieth of one degree Celsius (one-thirtieth of one degree Fahrenheit) by 2100, at a cost of $10 trillion.
Tackling nearly 100 percent of today's malaria problem would cost just one-sixtieth of the price of the Kyoto Protocol.
The authors note that despite the rapid rate of increase of car ownership and use in China, per-capita ownership in 2004 was still barely above one-sixtieth of that in the U.
I figure that at that rate, the guy wasted one-sixtieth of an hour making his transaction, or just under 30 cents, translated into cash.
In 60 per cent of them pension rights build up at one-sixtieth of the final salary for each year worked, while nearly all public sector schemes accrue pension benefits by 80ths - although sometimes with an additional lump sum.